Bruce Willis Diagnosed with a Degenerative Brain Condition
In a statement on social media, the family of Bruce Willis announced Wednesday that he has been diagnosed with aphasia, a brain condition that affects his ability to understand language, and will therefore be stepping away from acting.
According to Hollywood insiders, the 67-year-old actor has been showing signs of neurological shortcomings for years, even needing an earpiece to be fed his lines.
The announcement implies, however, that his condition has recently deteriorated seriously enough for him to formally retire.
— Tessa💜🐒 (@DrTessaT) March 30, 2022
Aphasia. CDC V_A_E_R_S:
All Vakz = 593 total events
CV_19 Vakz = 454 total events
So, since 1990, other Vakz 139 events. Since Dec. 2021, CV Vakz 454 events.
So, 77% listed as CV Vakz.
All. CV. pic.twitter.com/eWOxALCG6j
— MrSmith (@MrSmith2Washgtn) March 30, 2022
" Be aware of the possibility for FND in response to SARS-CoV-2 vaccination"
What is FND:
Disruption in normal brain mechanisms for controlling the body.
Seizures,sensory abnormalities, gait or balance disturbance, or weakness.https://t.co/FxCWUSGqjH
— News 20.22 (@medicalnews2020) December 15, 2021