Manto has liver transplant; brain transplant unlikely
First it was a lung infection.
Then it was pneumonia complicated by pleural effusion.
Then she was having blood transfusions due to a condition “occuring frequently in older women”.
Then she had to be rushed to hospital due to recurring pleural effusion and anaemia.
And then, suddenly, she has a liver transplant. Now they’re saying it’s autoimmune hepatitus. Is it just me, or do these symptoms not really make sense? Is there a doctor in the house?
While we don’t have a waiting list for donor livers in this country (of course not!), it has been confirmed that there are 10 children currently waiting for livers, and that a 66-year-old woman who has suffered a long illness is an ‘unlikely candidate’ for a transplant.
We can only ask ourselves: what strange and mysterious illness will she be diagnosed with next?