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17-year-old Manu from '24/7 Children's Hospital' died of malignant brain tumor |  Instagram HLN

17-year-old Manu from '24/7 Children's Hospital' died of malignant brain tumor | Instagram HLN

televisionVRT confirmed that seventeen-year-old Manu Bhutto died on Thursday. The boy from Oplinter appeared last year on the VRT program “Children's Hospital 24/7”. He was discovered to have a malignant brain tumor in March 2022, giving him only a few years to live.

Manu Bhutto arrived at the Children's Hospital in Leuven as an excited 15-year-old teenager. He fell ill among friends and received unexpected news a few days later. The ruling was a brain tumor located near his speech center. It was also a very aggressive brain tumor. On top of the tumor, he suffered a brain hemorrhage and had to undergo emergency surgery, as described in “Children's Hospital 24/7.” Manu received intensive treatment with chemotherapy and radiotherapy for several weeks. He came to the hospital every workday for 6 weeks.

In the last episode of “Children's Hospital 24/7”, the viewer saw how Manu finished his treatment and celebrated his sixteenth birthday happily. Despite the serious diagnosis, try to enjoy life to the fullest. He died on Thursday from a long illness.

look. This is how the viewer gets to know Manu in “Children’s Hospital 24/7”



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