A new report has revealed that Fiona Phillips, 51, a resident of London, fears that she might have been suffering from the terminal disease, Alzheimer’s. She doubts that the disease that killed her parents has now targeted her in her 50s.
The report has found that she has not been admitting that the disease could be genetic as she has told that her mother as well as her father both died of Alzheimer’s disease only. As per her statement, her mother Amy died in her early 50s as she was a patient of the disease and she lost her dad Neville in his late 60s who was also fighting against the same ailment.
It is being believed by the woman that she could live her life for a maximum period of five years and not more than that. She has told that she feels that her life is getting shorter with the each day passing. However, she keeps a positive attitude of living her life to the fullest unless and until she is alive.
Fiona has told the reporters that she always used to delay her programs earlier though, may be because of work or something important. Now, she does at a time what she wants to do seeking not to waste a single minute to spend life doing good chores and enjoying.
Fearing the disease followed by her death, she now has been talking about the same so as to raise awareness amongst people about its symptoms. She told that there is very less awareness about the disease’s symptoms and it is the duty of GPs to inform patients about any risks if they spot some cognitive problems in them.
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