External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who was admitted to AIIMS last month for kidney failure, is most likely to undergo a kidney transplant next week.
In a tweet, the minister had disclosed that she was suffering from kidney failure and had been undergoing treatment for the same at AIIMS.
According to a Times of India report, sources at the hospital said that her pretransplant process was complete adding that the Minister’s vitals were stable and she was fit to undergo the procedure.
"Several people have come forward to donate their kidney. However, chances are that we'll use the one that has been offered by a relative," a senior doctor told TOI.
Swaraj had been undergoing dialysis for the past 6 months. A team of experts will carry out the operation at AIIMS.
However, failing kidney hasn't stopped her from executing her duties as her Twitter handle has been active throughout.