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Heartfelt Fundraiser For 17-Year-Old With Condition That Scores Higher On The Pain Index Than Cancer Or Childbirth

Friday 27 October 2017

 

From UK newspaper the Peterborough Telegraph:

 

Jessica Gray
Jessica Gray

 

Heartfelt fundraiser for 17-year-old with condition that scores higher on the pain index than cancer or childbirth

“A single soft touch or even a drop of water feels like a stab and can cause me to scream in pain or fall unconscious but I don’t want to have my leg amputated”

By Stephen Briggs
24 October 2017
© 2017 Johnston Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.

A heartfelt JustGiving crowd-funding appeal has been set up to help 17-year-old Jessica Gray who for the past seven years has lived with a rare and acute form of a condition called Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome.

Jessica, who lives in Cambridgeshire, said: “Basically my nervous system miss fires nerve messages and the skin of my right leg (from my hip to my foot) is so sensitive that just a slight touch, bump or even a change in temperature can provoke intense pain.

 

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