Myla Mae Hatcher will have a different and encouraging end to the year. That is it after being imprisoned for a year due to a strange illness, you can go out to celebrate the arrival of 2019. Before Christmas 2017 a severe aplastic anemia was diagnosed, so she had to stay at her house.
This condition, rare and serious, occurs when the body stops producing the required amount of new blood cells, according to Mayo Clinic. It happens in one in every one million people and not only causes fatigue, but also increases the risk of infection and uncontrolled bleeding. To cure, it is necessary to perform a bone marrow transplant 100% compatible, as they informed their parents.
In March this year the donor appeared, an anonymous young man of 21 years, and performed the operation. From that moment on, her recovery was remarkable, to the point she started dancing, singing and enjoying life with her friends.
"Last year everything he wanted was going to parties and see his friends. This year you can finally do it," her mother told foreign media. "We had a very difficult year. She did not have an immune system, so we decided it was better to have her at home and away from infections. The risk was so great that we just went to go to the hospital, "said the woman.
"Finally, he managed to come out again and enjoy the parties. We were again a normal family"Mila's mother said. In order to receive 2019, this English family will go to bowling and fun. The baby still needs to be checked, but it can continue with the activities of its 5 years.