Thompson claims malcolm blight medalist Michael Owen suffered from a form of neurofibromatosis (NFI) and should have been disqualified from the London 2012 Olympic games. The disease causes skin cracks and fibroids that can lead to skin cancer (and, if left untreated, can lead to death).
Owen, 32, has also had an alleged spat with his own team doctor and an alleged conflict with the coach who is behind his London Marathon gold medal.
NFI is caused by a malignant growth of the skin called a “pockmark.”
“Malcolm had a serious, recurring skin disorder, which affected his joints and was causing him major pain, in addition to frequent and severe fatigue,”바카라사이트 his family said on Thursday.
Owen was a three-time Olympic gold medalist and two-time gold medalist in the 800, the 100, the 400 and, in 2005, the 3000m.
NFI, which can also cause bone fractures, can be treated with chemotherapy and radiation, but it also increases the risk of heart failure, cancer of the neck and lymph nodes and is not considered a serious disease by the World Health Organization.
Owen was tested for the condition a couple of years ago and was determined to have NFI.
“The doctor [also] was taking me to a specialist hospital because he felt that I was possibly getting sick and I thought, oh, it’s me,” he told ABC.
After testing with his family, he learned he h우리카지노ad NFI and decided to take action. The same doctor did not give him the treatment.
“The doctors told me that if I ever did receive any treatment [for NFI], I should be out of the Olympic Games,” Owen told the Sunday Mail. “I was told I had to be careful about my condition and I’d get better after I received my treatment. They would not be able to cure it or correct it or reduce the effects it has. I just didn’t listen.
“What was wrong with me was not me. I thought I should be able to do something with my life. It affected me completely. I felt terrible. I had to tell the guys in my team I just felt ill and that they should jus더킹카지노t be able to take care of me.
“I wasn’t able to have a proper run because I was sick, but I got home and said, ‘I should have done something to prevent it.’ I didn’t think it was fair.