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Writer Dmitry Bykov is neuroresuscitation in one of the Ufa hospitals. The publicist fell into a coma, writes “Komsomolskaya Pravda” citing a source in a Wednesday, April 17.
Bykov was urgently hospitalized with a suspected stroke. “Now working with the best doctors of the hospital, communicate with hospital management and the government of Bashkortostan and the Ministry of health. Now he’s in a coma, an accurate diagnosis is not” — said the source publication.
Earlier on Wednesday it became known that a few hours before a speech in Ufa, the writer was in the hospital due to poor health. The speech was canceled.
Dmitry Bykov is a Russian writer, poet, radio host, and teacher of literature. He wrote books such as “June”, “Railway” and “Tow”.
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