A girl survived about four months without a heart, a family couldn’t sleep, a little girl was born without ability to feel pain, a boy suffers from uncontrollable hair growth, and a worker wakes up after 19 years in coma are some among the most shocking medical stories recently.
Indian boy Prithviraj Patil behaves like almost boys around the world. He loves swimming, painting and eating ice-cream. However, he is suffering from a terrible disease that is rare and unusual known as Werewolf Syndrome. Suffering from uncontrollable hair growth, children like him are sometime called “Half human, half wolf”.
Children with the Werewolf Syndrome
Besides suffering from brain cancer, Polish Railroad worker Jan Grzebski suffered from a severe head injury while doing his job. He fell into a deep coma and awoke after 19 years.
After falling from the 47th story of a skyscraper in New York, Alcides Moreno’s ribs, legs, right hand were broken. His spine was also badly injured. However, doctors said that Moreno’s recovery was so miraculous and unprecedented. His recovery is said to be complete in one or two years.
Alcides Moreno has a miraculous recovery after falling from the 47th story of a skyscraper
D’zhana Simmons from South Carolina suffered from dilated cardiomyopathy. This girl still lived for about four months without a heart because she had to await a new heart to replace the damaged one. During that time, the brave teenager was kept alive only by two blood pumps.
Simmons survived 118 days without a heart
29-year-old Cheryl Dinges (left) and her family couldn’t sleep. They suffered from the disease that stole their sleep, mind and finally took away their lives. This disease killed her mother, grandfather and uncle.
The family couldn't sleep
9-year-old Gabby Gingras was born without the ability to feel pain, cold or heat
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