Former President General (retd) Pervez Musharraf is seriously ill, family members appeal for prayers

Former President General retd Pervez Musharraf is seriously ill family

Former President and former Army Chief (retd) Pervez Musharraf’s family was released on June 10 after false news went viral on social media.

An explanatory statement released on the former president’s Twitter account stated that he had not been transferred to Vanity Fair, although he was being treated at a hospital.

The statement confirmed that Musharraf had been in hospital for the past three weeks and was suffering from complications due to amyloidosis.

At the same time, it was confirmed in the tweet that Pervez Musharraf is very ill and he has reached a dangerous stage of illness.

His family also appealed for prayers for Musharraf’s recovery.

Musharraf has been living in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the past few years and is being treated at a local hospital there.

However, many people are worried about what is amyloidosis?

According to the British Department of Health (NHS), amyloidosis is a rare disease caused by the growth of a type of protein called amyloid in the human body.

According to the NHS, a protein called amyloid does not already exist in the human body, but it can be made from various other proteins inside the body.

According to the Mayo Clinic of the United States, amyloidosis is a disease of abnormal proteins that form in the internal organs of the body, which can be dangerous if severe.

According to the Mayo Clinic, an abnormal increase in the amyloid protein in the body can affect the function of human organs and can lead to multiple organ failure at the same time.

According to Johns Hopkins University in the United States, the protein that causes amyloidosis can affect the human heart, brain, liver, and other organs. Affect

According to the Mayo Clinic, chemotherapy like cancer can be done to control amyloid in the human body or at that time doctors may try other methods depending on the complexity of the disease.

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