The woman brought 30 amputations in six years due to a rare disease
A resident of the UK Sarah Cox had 30 amputations over the past six years due to Raynaud’s disease, which affects blood circulation in the hands and feet, reports the Daily Mirror.
A very rare disease Sarah Cox was discovered when she was 17 years old.
Due to illness the hands of the Brits in the cold was purple and went numb, because of this she was fired from the position of the operator of the telephone line to the emergency services.
In 2013, Sarah Cox for the first time amputated a phalanx of a finger. Over the past six years she had to undergo surgery to remove nails on the hands and phalanges in the limbs.
In Raynaud’s disease there is excessive spasm of the blood arteries. This leads to the lose of limbs, causing a feeling of numbness in response to cold or stress.
Earlier it was reported that one of the most beautiful and popular Actresses of the 80s reported on the terrible disease.
The role of Alena in the musical Comedy “Magicians” Alexander Yakovlev said that for more than two years struggling with cancer.
Two years ago daughter Yakovleva called and advised me to take mother out of the hospital, since she “only three months”. Doctor Yakovleva said that her diagnosis “it’s very scary,” but urged her to fight. After that, the actress began a deep depression. According to Yakovleva, after learning about the fatal diagnosis, she was scared.
She is struggling with the disease for two years, being, in her words, “between life and death.”
“”I was faced with cancer and dropped his hands on top of the fear and terrible depression. Thanks to my doctor, who knowing that my situation is much running, said, “No, dear, we will fight”. For the past two years fighting”,” admitted Yakovlev.
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