Anne Norland was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease 20 years ago but has not received a pay-out
A teacher at the time, Anne Norland (65) from Yorkshire had to take two years off work after being struck down by the neurological autoimmune disease, Guillain-Barre syndrome, at the age of 45. Paralysed for well over six months and on ventilation in hospital for five months, once home she needed full-time care and to use a hospital bed. With no downstairs toilet, at one point she feared she would need to sell her house and live in a nursing home in order to cope. "It took a further year to...
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