Branston teen talks about her battle with four rare diseasesPosted February 29, 2016
A WOMAN struck down by numerous rare diseases has spoken out about how they ‘changed her life overnight’ in a bid to raise awareness about the conditions.
Natice Duncan, from Branston, was 19 when she started having regular seizures, then just five days before turning 21, she tragically lost the use of her legs.
She is speaking out about her experience with rare diseases to mark National Rare Disease Awareness day, which is an event recognised worldwide today.
Natice said: “I was in shock when I became paralysed, it literally happened overnight.
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