Shahbaz Sharif's cancer test result arrived

Shahbaz Sharif's cancer test result arrived

Former Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif's cancer test has come back clear. After Shahbaz Sharif's medical examination in London, a cancer specialist confirmed this. Shahbaz Sharif had undergone cancer tests immediately after arriving in London two weeks ago. He has to undergo cancer tests every year.

Shahbaz Sharif's test reports were examined by renowned cancer specialist Dr. Martin Caplan. The good news of being cancer-free was conveyed to Shahbaz Sharif at Saint John's Wood Hospital in Wellington. The former prime minister's bone scan will take place next week at a clinic on Harley Street.

Besides recovering from cancer, Shahbaz Sharif will return to his homeland approximately 10 days after undergoing his other tests.

Former Prime Minister was diagnosed with a rare and dangerous cancer in the year 2000, and he remained under treatment for this ailment at Sloan Kettering Hospital in New York for several months in 2003. Earlier, there was a meeting between the leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) - Mian Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif. According to sources, during the meeting between Shahbaz Sharif and Nawaz Sharif, consultations were held regarding the final date of return to the country.

It is possible that Shahbaz Sharif will soon announce the date of Nawaz Sharif's return to Pakistan. Consultations with party leaders are ongoing for the final announcement of Nawaz Sharif's return date, and an important meeting of the party will be convened before the final announcement, in which contacts will be made with the party leaders present in Pakistan by phone.

It is said that Nawaz Sharif will take a final opinion from the party leaders regarding the date of his return, and before returning to the country, the former prime minister will stay in a Gulf country, as there are no direct flights from London to Lahore, and he will travel on the airline of a Gulf country.