Student suffering from ‘suicide disease’ fighting to find cure to end killer headaches

Amy Cook, 21, suffers from Trigeminal Neuralgia which is seen as one of the most painful illnesses around

A courageous student who suffers from an illness known as suicide disease is fighting for a cure to end her killer headaches.

Amy Cook, 21, was devastated when she was diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) – a rare nerve disorder which is one of the most painful illnesses around.

It is known as suicide disease due to the high number of sufferers who end their life.

For the last two years, Ms Cook has had sharp stabbing pains and a continuous ache in her left jaw and forehead.

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