Sophraya medical fund
On September 20, 2016, Sophraya, a young, vibrant University student went for netball drill. She was fresh out of community college with an associate degree in Social Work and had just started university three weeks prior, with her eyes set on her goal to do clinicals. While going through her routine her legs suddenly went weak and she collapsed. She was taken to hospital where within a week she went totally paralyzed from head to toe, with multiple seizures. At first it was thought she had a spinal injury. Ct scans and MRIs showed this was not so. To date after doing numerous procedures, including more MRIs and scans, a difinitive diagnosis is yet to be arrived at. Sophraya is now suffering from multiple complaints and complications from what is considered to be a rare neurological and autoimmune disorder. She has been diagnosed with six different types of epileptic and nonepileptic seizures, osteoporosis, osteopenia, osteoarthritis, Raynaud's syndrome, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, connective tissue disease and query paraneoplastic syndrome. Confined to a wheelchair and with regular trips to the emergency room, Sophraya needs continuous treatment and medical assessment.
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