Pankaj Dutta, a 37-year-old man with facial hair, recently received a letter from a doctor who said he had to get his doctor’s recommendation.
The letter informed Dutya that his doctor had concluded that he had been balding for two months because of a “severe disease,” and he needed to be prescribed the “standard treatment.”
Dutta is an advocate of female doctors.
He had been treated for diabetes in the past, but doctors had advised him to stop because his insulin levels were too low.
In a video, Dutts mother told reporters that his condition was caused by a virus.
He was told he had a “major” infection of the liver.
His doctor did not provide details about the virus or what had caused the infection.
Dutts father, Anil, who was also in the audience, said that the letter told Dutty that he needed an insulin injection.
The doctor said he would not do it because the infection was “toxic.”
In his case, Duttas doctor said the doctor had “a lot of experience” with diabetes, but that he did not know if he could prescribe the insulin.
He said the medicine would not be effective for people who have diabetes, because they are “extremely sensitive.”
Duttas father said he wanted to know how he could afford to pay for the insulin treatment.
His son, who is also a physician, was unable to pay.
Dutta has filed a lawsuit against the doctor.
Dutta, who has a daughter, told CNN that he was “very angry” and “very upset.”
He said that after his daughter was diagnosed with diabetes earlier this year, he had trouble finding work because he was afraid he would lose his job if he did the surgery.DUTTY’S COULD NOT PAY, HE SAYS”It just felt like we were just living in a fairy tale.
It was a very stressful situation for us.”DUTTAS PARENTS WISHED TO PAY FOR HIS PARENTS MEDICINE”We just want to be able to pay the doctor and his insurance.
He has treated us for so long,” said Duttay.
“If he was here, we would not have to live this nightmare.”
The family said that Duttta is considering going back to his doctor if his insurance does not cover the insulin he needs.
They have asked for help from the Indian government to fund the treatment.