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Young woman reveals how she was abandoned by 'friends' after epilepsy diagnosis – Daily Mail

Wednesday, 30 March, 2022

Young woman reveals how she was abandoned by 'friends' after epilepsy diagnosis – Daily Mail


A young woman has revealed how she was abandoned by friends and told to re-think her dreams of becoming a nurse after being diagnosed with epilepsy.
Sharnee Trotter, 26, had suffered from 'fainting episodes' since she was a teenager but after numerous hospitalisations she was diagnosed with epilepsy at 22.
The young Victorian woman, who had studied nursing, had no idea how the 'simple' diagnosis would change her life forever.
Read more at: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-10642497/Young-woman-reveals-abandoned-friends-epilepsy-diagnosis.html

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