“I’m lucky to be alive”: Ashton Kutcher opens up about his rare disease

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The actor reveals that two years ago he suffered from a rare form of vasculitis, an inflammation of the blood vessels that reduced his ability to see, hear and walk.

American actor Ashton Kutcher revealed in an interview with adventurer Bear Grylls on the show running wild “lucky to be alive” after suffering from a rare form of vasculitis, an inflammation of the blood vessels that prevented him from seeing, hearing and walking.

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“Two years ago I had this very strange, very rare form of vasculitis that affected my eyesight. It also affected my hearing. I lost my balance. You really start to appreciate things when they go away,” said the comedian, who has since clarified in a tweet that he had “completely healed.”

Popular in the 1990s and 2000s thanks to the popular sitcom That 70’s Show and a string of successful romantic comedies on screen, Ashton Kutcher has cut back on screen appearances in recent years. He played notably in the later seasons of my uncle charliebefore becoming the star of The ranch on Netflix.

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With his wife Mila Kunis, the actor released a kitten last March to help Ukraine. Thus they managed to raise 35 million dollars to support the country where the actress is from.

Author: Jerome Lachasse
Source: BFM TV

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