Ozzy Osbourne (71) has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease

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Ozzy Osbourne (71) has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease

January 21st, 2020 at 14:55
21-01-20 at 14:55
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Ozzy Osbourne, who have been with us for some time, struggling with health problems, has still not been returned, in an interview with Good Morning America and said to be suffering from Parkinson’s disease. The 71-year-old rocker says he was diagnosed in February of 2019 and had to deal with.

In the interview with journalist Robin Roberts told Osbourne that he was at a show on december 31, 2018, in The Forum. “I’ve had a nekoperatie is required, that is, all of my nerves have been affected.”

The rock artist, said to be in 2019 as part of his tour because he was recovering from a fall. When the Osbournes complaints are investigated, and it was not the doctors have discovered that he is suffering from parkinsonvariant PRKN 2. “There are so many different types of parkinson’s disease,” added his wife, Sharon Osbourne admitted. “It’s not a death sentence, but it certainly gives an effect on the particular nerves in your human body. One day, you will have a good day, then, is a very, very bad.”