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After Dozen's of Surgeries, 'Tree Man's' Prospects Bleak

In February 2016, Abul Bajandar underwent his first surgery to remove giant warts that looked like tree bark from his hands and feet. Roughly one year and 16 surgeries later, things were looking up. A year past that, with the Bangladeshi man's surgery tally at 24, the news isn't so...
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