Eman Ahmed, World's heaviest woman passes away in Abu Dhabi's Burjeel Hospital

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    Former fattest woman in the world dies aged 37     Her story is incredibly tragic    
           By Safia Yallaoui

Real Life Former fattest woman in the world dies aged 37 Her story is incredibly tragic By Safia Yallaoui

According to a statement from Burjeel Hospital, where she was being treated, Eman Abdul Atti passed away due to complications "from underlying comorbid conditions including heart disease and kidney disfunction".

Eman Ahmed, the world's heaviest woman with a weight of 500 kg, who has undergone a surgery at a hospital in Mumbai passes away in Abu Dhabi's Burjeel Hospital. She succumbed to death just weeks after her 37th birthday.

In the month of May, Eman was admitted to an Abu Dhabi hospital to undergo long-term physical and psychological rehabilitation after a drastic weight-loss operation in Mumbai, reported PTI. With the correct diet and surgery, she had lost 300 kgs.

The world's fattest woman Doctors say an Egyptian once known as "the world's heaviest woman" has died in a hospital in the United Arab Emirates.

Eman hadn't left her house in decades
Eman hadn't left her house in decades

On February 11, she was airlifted in a special cargo plane from the port town of Alexandria in Egypt.

Eman had said that she was grateful for all the help she had received from the hospital since May, adding that her journey of weight loss was to continue. Officials at the Burjeel hospital told Scroll.in that she died of septic shock and multi-organ failure.

She was then shifted to UAE's Burjeel Hospital and remained there for close to four months. They have also expressed gratitude towards the people of UAE for their support.

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