Man takes his own life after his disability benefits are taken away from him – Govt Newspeak

A man who suffered from a rare disease since childhood took his own life after his disability benefits were taken away from him, an inquest heard today.

Man takes his own life after his disability benefits taken away from him
An inquest heard his biggest issue was money

Oliver Mulford had the rare condition sarcoidosis since he was a toddler and at that time he was only the 19th person in the UK to be diagnosed with it. Despite these difficulties he had represented England at under-18 level in pool and had dreams of working with animals. However, a combination of sarcoidosis and chronic juvenile arthritis left the 23-year-old standing just 4ft 8ins tall. He had suffered two bouts of meningitis and underwent trial drug treatment which turned his lethargy, caused by the 1 in 10,000 people condition, into a teenager full of energy.n

Inquest heard his biggest issue was money

Oliver Mulford had the rare condition sarcoidosis since he was a toddler and at that time he was only the 19th person in the UK to be diagnosed with it. Despite these difficulties he had represented England at under-18 level in pool and had dreams of working with animals.

However, a combination of sarcoidosis and chronic juvenile arthritis left the 23-year-old standing just 4ft 8ins tall. He had suffered two bouts of meningitis and underwent trial drug treatment which turned his lethargy, caused by the 1 in 10,000 people condition, into a teenager full of energy.

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