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Before getting his cancer-hit stomach removed, man has a plate full of chicken biryani

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Dubai, Sept 24: Gourmets love their stomachs and even if it comes to removing that stomach(!) because of incurable cancer, they take one last aim to get a 'fulfilled' feeling. According to a report by Khaleej Times, an engineer was required to choose either between a life without a stomach or to die of stomach cancer as he was afflicted by cancer and he chose the first but only after having a plate full of chicken biryani.

Before getting his cancer-hit stomach removed, man has a plate full of chicken biryani

"I asked the doctor if I could have chicken biryani as my last meal before the surgery. My wife prepared it and my brother carried it to the hospital. I sort of gorged on it," he was quoted as saying.

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A father of two, Abbas was diagnosed with stage three cancer after he had sudden weight loss and frequent vomiting. Medical tests showed that Abbas grew a huge tumour in his stomach and there was no other way but to operate it out.

Abbas underwent total gastrectomy, a first-of-its-kind surgery in Dubai and after the operation proved to be successful, he is undergoing chemotherapy.

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We all hope that he can still relish chicken biryani with the alternative biological arrangement that he has.

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