Sushant Singh’s Sister Diagnosed With A Neurological Disorder; Actor Appeals For Help

Savdhaan India host, Sushant Singh’s younger sister has been diagnosed with an auto-immune disorder, CIDP. The actor took to Twitter to share the unfortunate news and also to seek help to find out about the most effective treatment

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Sushant Singh’s Sister Diagnosed With A Neurological Disorder; Actor Appeals For Help

Sushant Singh, who is popular for his flawless performances and also for his impeccable stint as a host for Savdhaan India, is going through a tough time as the actor’s younger sister, Sofiya has been diagnosed with a neurological disorder, called CIDP. It is an auto-immune disorder.

Sushant Singh, who is extremely worried about his sister, took to Twitter to share the sad news and also ask for suggestions for an effective treatment. He wrote “This is an appeal friends. My younger Sister Sofiya has been diagnosed with CIDP. An auto-immune disorder, the only treatment of Steroids and Immuno-suppressants isn’t working. Trying to find any new breakthrough, please RT and help us reach out to the right people”.

As soon as actor appealed, many well-wishers’ recommendations started coming in to guide him about various treatments. Sushant read through all and also thanked a number of netizens for their reply and recommendations.

Sushant Singh is not only an actor but also Honorary Secretary Of CINTAA (Cine And Television Artists Association). He started his career with Ram Gopal Varma’s Satya but rose to fame with Umrilla Matondkar-Fardeen Khan starrer Jungle, where he played a dacoit. After doing a few television shows, he is now the face of crime-based show Savdhaan India.

We pray for Sushant Singh’s sister’s well-being and improvement in health.

About CIPD: Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) is an acquired immune-mediated inflammatory disorder of the peripheral nervous system. The disorder is sometimes called chronic relapsing polyneuropathy (CRP) or chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (because it involves the nerve roots).