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Woman With Mystery Illness Forced To Live Inside 25-Metre Glass Cage For 13 YEARS Without Hugging Children Or Husband

Wednesday 4 April 2018


From Irish newspaper the Connacht Tribune:


Juana Munoz
Juana has lived inside the 25-metre
glass cage for the past 13 years.
(Image: CEN/Antena3)

Woman with mystery illness forced to live inside 25-metre glass cage for 13 YEARS without hugging children or husband

Isolated Juana Munoz, 53, fears she may never be able to hold her first grandchild as medics are stumped by her four extremely rare conditions

By Stephen Glennon
March 30, 2018
© Copyright 2016 - Connacht Tribune Group. All Rights Reserved.

A woman suffering from four rare and life-threatening medical conditions has been forced to live inside a glass cage for 13 years.

Unable to kiss her husband or hug her children, Juana Munoz from Cadiz in Spain fears she may never be able to hold her first grandchild.

The 53-year-old dreams of the day she can embrace her loved ones again and thanks to a US-made organic dust mask she may be able to very soon.

But for now, she is forced to isolate herself inside a 25-metre glass cage that she's called home for more than a decade.

Medics are stumped over her four rare conditions, which she has been coping with for 29 years, including chemical sensitivity, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and signs of electrosensitivity, according to Spanish press.


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