Russian medalist of the Olympics spoke about life on tablets


www.vsyako.netIrina Slocate: Nina zotina / RIA Novosti

Medalist of the Olympic games Irina Slutskaya told about the struggle with the disease. Her words quoted

“I have a complex disease is vasculitis (inflammation of blood vessels — approx. “Of the”), after which — thanks to that I survived, because sometimes these diseases are fatal,” said Slutskaya. She was glad that we were able to overcome adversity and to keep in shape even when taking hormonal drugs.

The former figure skater said that she would have to take medication every day for the rest of life. “To control [the disease], I need to take the pill. If you do not accept, I will die. If not treated, the disease ends in death”, — it summed up.

Slutskaya won silver at the Games in 2002 in salt lake city and bronze in the Olympics 2006 in Turin in singles. The athlete also has twice won the world championship (2002, 2005). A career she completed in 2006.

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