Myla Mae Hatcher will have a different and exciting end of the year. There he is after being locked up for a year because of a strange illness, you can go out to celebrate the arrival of 2019. Before Christmas 2017 he was diagnosed with severe aplastic anemia, so he had to stay in his house.
This condition, rare and serious, occurs when the body stops producing the required number of new blood cells, according to Mayo Clinic. This occurs in one in every million people and not only causes fatigue but also increases the risk of uncontrolled infection and bleeding. To cure it, it is necessary to do a bone marrow transplant that is 100% compatible, because they tell their parents.
In March this year donor appears, an 21-year-old anonymous young man, and they carried out an operation. Since then, his recovery has been extraordinary, until he began to dance, sing and enjoy life with his friends.
"Last year all he wanted was to go to a party and see his friends. This year you can finally do it," his mother told foreign media. "We had a very difficult year. He did not have an immune system so we decided that it was better to have it at home and away from infection. The risk is so high that we only go to the hospital, "said the woman.
"Finally he could come out again and enjoy the party. We are a normal family again"Myla's mother said. To receive 2019, this British family will go to bowling and party. The baby still has to be examined but can continue their 5-year activities.