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The man with 200lb tumor buried, cause of death remains unknown

Tuesday, October 29, 2013, 10:48 GMT+7

Many people on Tuesday bid a final farewell to Nguyen Duy Hai residing in Da Lat central highlands city, who had a 200lb tumor removed in early 2012 and mysteriously died at the age of 33 Oct 25.

>> Vietnamese man who had 200lb tumor removed dies >> 200lb tumor patient’s life one year after surgery Nguyen Thi Cho Con, Hai’s brother, mourned his death and cried a lot. The hearse transporting Hai’s body traveled around the city downtown before driving him to the Du Sinh cemetery where Hai was buried beside his father’s grave, according to his family.   A representative of Ho Chi Minh City-based FV hospital, where Hai was operated on last year, told Tuoi Tre by phone the same morning that FV will announce the cause of his death soon after they receive feedback from Dr. McKinnon, who removed Hai’s tumor. Meanwhile, Sam Ottawa, founder of Virtual Medical Miracle Network based in Canada, responded by email on Monday that Dr. McKinnon will not speak with any medial until after FVH talks with Lam Dong hospital, where Hai was treated on Oct. 25, to pinpoint the cause of death.

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