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Irrfan Khan Keeps His Promise, Reveals About Suffering From NeuroEndocrine Tumour

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| March 16 , 2018 , 16:07 IST

The entire nation was shocked and worried when Irrfan Khan revealed about suffering from a rare disease last week. His loyal fans were waiting for the next big information, as promised by the actor, with baited breathes and the acclaimed artist has kept his words.

Opening about his illness further, the 'Blackmail' actor about being diagnosed with 'neuroendocrine tumour'. Unlike others, who would have been shattered upon learning about suffering from such deadly disease, Irrfan Khan, as expected, has taken it as a warrior that he is.

Although, he admitted that, "Learning that I have been diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumour as of now has admittedly been difficult, but the love and strength of those around me and that I found within me has brought me to a place of hope."

Hope is what's keeping his loved ones and well-wishers praying for Irrfan's speedy recovery. Requesting his followers of keep sending their wishes, the actor admitted to travelling abroad for treatment, with a promise of coming back with more stories of his battle.

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While the major details have been kept under the wrap, Irrfan requested his followers of not believing all the rumours floating about his health. He further added that "NEURO is not always about the brain and googling is the easiest way to do the research."

A neuroendocrine tumour is a condition in which the neuroendocrine cells develop into tumours. It may grow slowly or aggressively and spread to other parts of the body. In rare cases, skin flushing or fluctuating blood sugar levels may occur.

On March 5, Irrfan Khan broke millions of hearts when he confirmed about contracting a "rare disease". The actor promised of keeping his fans updated on any further development or improvement in his condition post undergoing further tests to reach a conclusive diagnosis.