London: An Indian-origin doctor, who came to the UK in 1966 and went on to excel in medical practice to win royal honours, has hit the headlines by defying death by being cured of cancer even though he was given few months to live.
Rami Seth, who studied Medicine in New Delhi, also held his own 'wake' to party and bid goodbye to his family and friends, only to survive after an Indian-origin doctor-colleague advised him to take an old cancer drug that only works in around one in five patients.
Doctors in Nottingham told Seth, 70, that he had few weeks to live when he was diagnosed with four tumours in his liver in 2005.
He held the 'goodbye' party for friends and family the same year in Cytyside Cafe at Nottingham City Hospital....more
03:20 PM, Jul 24, 2012