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Rare disease causes woman's bones to vanish

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OverSword

Oh man that's terrible.

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paperdyer

Yes it is.  However, some people believe that humans may evolve to such a state as we use less and less on our bodies and more and more of our brains.  Based on that, it probably won't happen. The brain part that is.

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OverSword
58 minutes ago, paperdyer said:

Yes it is.  However, some people believe that humans may evolve to such a state as we use less and less on our bodies and more and more of our brains.  Based on that, it probably won't happen. The brain part that is.

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Echoes
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This is why you should always read the Terms & Conditions when signing up to a new body...

On a more serious note, I sincerely hope that this lady is alright  :(. Imagine having to live with an arm in a condition like that. On a sort of positive note, she may well be one of (if not the only) person on Earth with this bizarre condition at the moment.

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Almighty Evan
2 hours ago, OverSword said:

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OverSword
1 hour ago, Almighty Evan said:

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Katniss

How horrifying! That's so unusual it's almost like a flesh eating disease.

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DieChecker

That is a really weird condition. That your bones disappear. Is it affecting all of her bones, I wonder?

 

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Ell

I would suspect an auto-immune disease.

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