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Tree Grows In Man’s Lung

by | 14th, April 2009

IN a hospital in the city of Izhevsk in Central Russia, Komsomolskaya Pravda daily spots one Artyom Sidorkin, 28, having a growing tree removed from his lung.

The five-centimeter long fir tree was removed after Sidorkin complained of a pain in his chest.

Doctors x-rayed the chest. A tumor. They must operate. A slice. And the shoots of recovery as green needles appear in the cut.

Says Vladimir Kamashev, doctor at the Udmurtian Cancer Center:

“I blinked three times, and thought I was seeing things. Then I called the assistant to have a look.”

Says the patient:

“They told me my coughing blood was not caused by any disease. It was the needles poking the capillaries. It really hurt a lot. But I never felt like I had an alien object inside of me.”

The thinking is that he inhaled a small bud, which then started to grow inside his body.


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