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The main doctor who last week treated former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said that saving his life was already extremely difficult when he was brought to the hospital after being shot.

“The chances of his survival were slim,” Hidetada Fukushima, head of Nara Medical University Hospital’s emergency medical center, said in an interview. “It was an extremely tough situation.”

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