Hanzala Hamzullah, a middle-aged businessman with bulky appearance, considered an itching skin rash on toes of his right foot as a routine reaction to a mosquito bite, but extra swelling, severe pain and conversion of infected site into a fully blown up septic lesion, made him concerned about the affliction. “Initially, I did self-medication by applying different skin ointments for treatment of the lesion, but the infection keeps on aggravating forcing me to consult a specialist dermatologist,” recalls Hanzala while speaking to APP at his shop in Peepal Mandi, city’s busiest market named after an oldest Banyan tree that was revered in past for its mythological connection with Lord Buddha. (Match the photo with APP feature slugged “Experts fear progression of infectious diseases in wake of Afghan refugees’ influx to Pakistan” already been released

Hanzala Hamzullah, a middle-aged businessman with bulky appearance, considered an itching skin rash on toes of his right foot as a routine reaction to a mosquito bite, but extra swelling, severe pain and conversion of infected site into a fully blown up septic lesion, made him concerned about the affliction. “Initially, I did self-medication by applying different skin ointments for treatment of the lesion, but the infection keeps on aggravating forcing me to consult a specialist dermatologist,” recalls Hanzala while speaking to APP at his shop in Peepal Mandi, city’s busiest market named after an oldest Banyan tree that was revered in past for its mythological connection with Lord Buddha. (Match the photo with APP feature slugged “Experts fear progression of infectious diseases in wake of Afghan refugees’ influx to Pakistan” already been released
APP28-211121 PESHAWAR: November 21 - Hanzala Hamzullah, a middle-aged businessman with bulky appearance, considered an itching skin rash on toes of his right foot as a routine reaction to a mosquito bite, but extra swelling, severe pain and conversion of infected site into a fully blown up septic lesion, made him concerned about the affliction. “Initially, I did self-medication by applying different skin ointments for treatment of the lesion, but the infection keeps on aggravating forcing me to consult a specialist dermatologist,” recalls Hanzala while speaking to APP at his shop in Peepal Mandi, city’s busiest market named after an oldest Banyan tree that was revered in past for its mythological connection with Lord Buddha. (Match the photo with APP feature slugged “Experts fear progression of infectious diseases in wake of Afghan refugees’ influx to Pakistan” already been released. APP Photo by Shaheryar Anjum
Hanzala Hamzullah, a middle-aged businessman with bulky appearance, considered an itching skin rash on toes of his right foot as a routine reaction to a mosquito bite, but extra swelling, severe pain and conversion of infected site into a fully blown up septic lesion, made him concerned about the affliction. “Initially, I did self-medication by applying different skin ointments for treatment of the lesion, but the infection keeps on aggravating forcing me to consult a specialist dermatologist,” recalls Hanzala while speaking to APP at his shop in Peepal Mandi, city’s busiest market named after an oldest Banyan tree that was revered in past for its mythological connection with Lord Buddha. (Match the photo with APP feature slugged “Experts fear progression of infectious diseases in wake of Afghan refugees’ influx to Pakistan” already been released
APP29-211121 PESHAWAR: November 21 – Hanzala Hamzullah, a middle-aged businessman with bulky appearance, considered an itching skin rash on toes of his right foot as a routine reaction to a mosquito bite, but extra swelling, severe pain and conversion of infected site into a fully blown up septic lesion, made him concerned about the affliction. “Initially, I did self-medication by applying different skin ointments for treatment of the lesion, but the infection keeps on aggravating forcing me to consult a specialist dermatologist,” recalls Hanzala while speaking to APP at his shop in Peepal Mandi, city’s busiest market named after an oldest Banyan tree that was revered in past for its mythological connection with Lord Buddha. (Match the photo with APP feature slugged “Experts fear progression of infectious diseases in wake of Afghan refugees’ influx to Pakistan” already been released. APP Photo by Shaheryar Anjum
Hanzala Hamzullah, a middle-aged businessman with bulky appearance, considered an itching skin rash on toes of his right foot as a routine reaction to a mosquito bite, but extra swelling, severe pain and conversion of infected site into a fully blown up septic lesion, made him concerned about the affliction. “Initially, I did self-medication by applying different skin ointments for treatment of the lesion, but the infection keeps on aggravating forcing me to consult a specialist dermatologist,” recalls Hanzala while speaking to APP at his shop in Peepal Mandi, city’s busiest market named after an oldest Banyan tree that was revered in past for its mythological connection with Lord Buddha. (Match the photo with APP feature slugged “Experts fear progression of infectious diseases in wake of Afghan refugees’ influx to Pakistan” already been released
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