By Andrew O’Connor in ABC News.
The catastrophic collapse of Tony Wallace’s life began slowly and silently.
An episode of flu. A persistent illness. A feeling of fatigue. A sense something was not so much wrong, as not quite right.
Over time, his ambiguous symptoms have morphed into a condition that defies medical diagnosis, resists treatment and relentlessly, ruthlessly drains the life out of his body.
It has sapped his strength, stolen his mobility, ended his career as a police officer and shrunk his world to a tiny space where every move, every word, even every thought, takes everything he has.
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