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This Man Is Turning Into A Tree Because Of This Rare Condition

This Man Is Turning Into A Tree Because Of This Rare Condition
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Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis is a rare genetic skin disorder that causes wart-like lesions to grow on the hands and feet, which look incredibly like the branches and bark of a tree. Abul Bajandar, a 25-year-old Bangladeshi man, has been suffering from this disorder for the past seven years and has been nicknamed the tree-man for his appearance.

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Abul Bajandar

Abul Bajandar

25-year-old Abul Bajandar, from Khulna, Bangladesh, has been suffering from a rare skin disorder called Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis since seven years.

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Tree-man

Tree-man
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The condition causes wart-like lesions to grow on the hands and feet and look incredibly like the branches and bark of a tree.

Treatment

Treatment
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Doctors at the Dhaka Medical College and Hospital have formed a board of experts to decide on the course of action that needs to be taken to cure the inherited disease.

Worsening conditions

Worsening conditions
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Previously, it was thought that he would need two surgeries every year to remove the unwanted growths from his body. However, his condition has only been worsening over time.

Waiting for the doctor

Waiting for the doctor
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Abul Bajandar lying on the hospital bed, waiting for the doctor.

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Doctor's visit

Doctor's visit
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A panel of experts has been formed to look into this intriguing case of skin disorder.

Long suffering

Long suffering
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Bajandar has been suffering from this condition for a well over seven years.

Social costs

Social costs
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He has been shunned by society and is unable to work due to this condition. However, a flood of voluntary financial aid came to his rescue once his condition was publicized.

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