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Ashton Kutcher suffered from a rare autoimmune disease that deprived him of the ability to see, hear or walk.
'That 70s Show' star says he's 'lucky to be alive' after enduring 'extremely rare vasculitis' that 'knocks him out' for a year Many years ago.
On the next episode of his Geographic, "Running Wild with Bear Grylls: The Challenge," the 44-year-old actor explained: Like it knocked out my sight, like it knocked out my hearing, it knocked out all my balance. It took me a year to put everything back together. "
The condition, which involves inflammation of blood vessels that impede blood flow in the body, which can lead to organ and tissue damage, has given Ashton a new zest for his life.
He said to Bear: Until you go, "I don't know if I can see again, I don't know if I can hear again, I don't know if I can." } After Bear praised Ashton's "strength in overcoming adversity," 'No Strings Attached' star, who has daughter Wyatt, 7, and his wife, Mila Kunis, 37, said he was 'alive'. 'I was lucky to have it,' and detailed how the experience gave him a new perspective on life and was 'more fun' after being more open. with his "problem".
Ashton told Bear: Start surfing above problems instead of living below them. "
Mila, who met on the set of a sitcom in the '70s, told Apple founder Steve that her husband was "twice hospitalized" on the set of her Jobs biopic, "Jobs." clarified.
she said. He just ate grapes at one point and it was so ridiculous. He was hospitalized twice with pancreatitis! "
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