Stefania Nobile has rheumatoid arthritis, the same disease as Anna Marchesini

Stefania Nobile has rheumatoid arthritis, the same disease as Anna Marchesini

The daughter of Wanna Marchi confesses to the Maurizio Costanzo Show to suffer from the same pathology that led to the death of Marchesini. And he tells his ordeal in prison

Rheumatoid arthritis: what it is, causes and cures

Stefania Nobile, a guest along with her mother Wanna Marchi, at the Maurizio Costanzo Show (which also saw Belen) said she suffered from rheumatoid arthritis. A disease that became infamous for having killed Anna Marchesini at the age of 63 last July.

The woman, today 52, declared on television:

I have been dealing with this disease for years. It is not very well known but, unfortunately, it has been talked about very recently.

And then he added:

When I heard about the death of Anna Marchesini it was a blow to me because my illness was hit in my face once again. It's not easy, but I struggle.

Rheumatoid arthritis is defined in the medical field as a chronic, ankylosing and progressive inflammatory polyarthritis. It can cause deformation and pain that can lead to the loss of joint function. Currently the causes that cause it are only partially known. There is no real cure for rheumatoid arthritis, but only pharmacological therapies that reduce pain and inflammation.

Wanna Marchi also spoke in the discussion, talking about how hard prison life was for her daughter. In fact, the Noble had to serve a sentence for fraud and has now returned to freedom.

He was very ill, he was often hospitalized for transfusions. He weighed 41 pounds and yet they handcuffed her to the stretcher, with four guards around.

The Noble concluded the interview with a bitter note:

In prison, if you're a media case, your condition is worth nothing.

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