Mumbai: Looking at seven-month-old Mohammed Samad sitting on a hospital bed, it is difficult to imagine that until just 13 days ago he would gasp for breath and cry incessantly as he battled two major illnesses—Covid-19 as well as a rare tumour growing in his chest.
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