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[Spoiler] 'The Village: Achiara's Secret' Moon Geun-young is shocked to find out Jang Hee-jin was battling genetic disease

2015/11/05 | 868 views | Permalink | Source

On the 10th episode of SBS' "The Village: Achiara's Secret", a visitor came by the village to see Hyejin (Jang Hee-jin). She was a friend of Hyejin's. She was someone who worked in medical industry and revealed Hyejin was suffering Fabry disease.

She also said, if the patient would be treated properly, the patient would not face critical condition. However, once the treatment had stopped, then the patient could develop complications. Since she noticed there was no treatment history of Hyejin for the last two years, she was searching around to find Hyejin.

She also added Fabry disease was a rare genetic disease. So-yoon (Moon Geun-young) was shocked.

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