How the poor traveler to Malaysia saved a life
In September, the poor traveller from India saved a man’s life after he fell ill and needed treatment.
He had been in the UK for six months and had been diagnosed with HIV.
On September 22, he told his employer, who was in China, that he needed a transfusion and was worried he would die.
The man was taken to a local hospital where he was put in a bed.
A doctor took his temperature, then started administering a series of IV drugs.
When the doctor noticed that his heart was beating, he gave him the injection, which saved his life.
It was the first time that a doctor had done something like this in Malaysia, a country where it is not allowed to give an injection to someone who is HIV positive.
“The patient had been having seizures for the past week and the doctor decided to give him the IV,” the man’s wife, Aruna, told Reuters news agency.
“We got the IV from him, and then we got him out of the room.”
Aruna and her husband, who are both HIV positive, had no idea what had happened to the man, who they met in a cafe in Hangzhou.
After a few minutes, they noticed that he had lost consciousness and had fallen down.
The couple rushed him to a hospital where doctors started to perform an MRI.
When Aruna tried to wake him up, he was already unconscious.
When he finally woke up, they started CPR and gave him a blood transfusion.
The doctors said he was in good condition and had a good prognosis.
The family has been receiving daily visits from the doctors to make sure he is well and that the infection is under control.
“This is one of the most miraculous experiences we have ever had,” Aruna told Reuters.
The Mano family are still struggling to make ends meet, with Aruna having to take on two jobs to support her husband.
She said that their only income is from their marriage.
“If we could get back to our normal life we would be able to afford to buy food,” she said.
“Now, we just have to wait for the next doctor to come to pick up the paperwork and deliver the injection.”
The Manos are part of a group of 10 people from India who have been living in Hangs city of Hangzhou for two years.
They came to the city to visit their father in December, and Aruna said that after the operation they could feel the difference they had made in their lives.
“It is not the first injection we have given in the world,” she added.
The families first trip to China came after they had contracted HIV in India.
They were travelling to the UK when they were diagnosed, and when they arrived in Hangsgang they had to find work and were unable to afford housing.
Aruna’s husband, a construction worker, had to leave work and find new work.
Arunas daughter and husband were forced to return home when their son was diagnosed.
“They were unable help us and we had to pay rent on our own,” Arunasu told Reuters in an interview.
“When we were getting married, our marriage was on the rocks and I had to come back from India to help my husband.”
They have since found a job in a local construction company, and have been able to pay the rent.