My prostrate cancer did not spread like the Nigerian doctors exaggerated —Saqid Daba

My prostrate cancer did not spread like the Nigerian doctors exaggerated —Saqid Daba

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Added by December 18, 2017

Popular Nigerian actor Sadiq Daba has spoken from the UK where he had gone to seek better medical treatment of cancer thanked Nigerians and everyone for their prayers. He said that his cancer, which Nigerian doctors initially  said was only possible through surgery, was countered by UK specialists, who said that it could be treated with drug and injections.

He said: “Done with the doctors this week. All the test results for my prostate cancer did not find spread. I was told in Nigeria that it had spread to other organs of my body. But all tests here by specialists came back negative, with regards to the spread. I am profoundly grateful to Nigerians for giving me hope to live again. Nigerians saved my life: my family and I remain eternally grateful. My cancer can be treated with drug and injections. Also, the doctors, after tests for Leukemia, concluded that it is in remission. The specialists placed me on drug to help with the remission. I will see an oncologist on Monday; no need for an operation (surgery) to open me up. In Nigeria, I was told I needed surgery. My brother na wa o. I am feeling like a sweepstakes winner.”

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