Mongolian boy with rare disease
Nyamdorj, a nine-year-old Mongolian boy is hospitalized Oct.
28 in Nagakute, Aichi Prefecture, central Japan, for treatment of a
rare disease that his supporters say could not be treated in
Mongolia. He arrived in Japan on Oct. 27 to receive treatment at
Aichi Medical University Hospital for a vascular malformation that in
some cases leads to death. The cost of his travel and treatment,
expected to come to around 3 million yen, will be paid by a fund set
up by Mongolian singer Oyunna, who lives in Japan. The singer (R)
accompanied him when he entered the hospital.
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