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US Arizona student paralyzed by rare disorder while on vacation in Spain

21:31  13 june  2018
21:31  13 june  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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A University of Arizona student is slowly regaining control of her limbs after she woke up paralyzed while on vacation in Spain . There, she was reportedly diagnosed with the rare immune disorder that attacks nerve cells and causes muscle weakness or paralysis.

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a person lying on a bed: Kara Dunn was reportedly feeling ill on the night of June 4, but had thought she could sleep it off. She woke up the next morning unable to move her arms and legs. © Provided by Fox News Kara Dunn was reportedly feeling ill on the night of June 4, but had thought she could sleep it off. She woke up the next morning unable to move her arms and legs.

A University of Arizona student is slowly regaining control of her limbs after she woke up paralyzed while on vacation in Spain. Kara Dunn, who reportedly contracted Guillain-Barre Syndrome, remains hospitalized abroad, but may be medically evacuated to the U.S. this weekend.

Her brother, who is a student at the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine in Arizona, has been keeping supporters updated on Facebook and the family’s GoFundMe page. On Wednesday, he said that his 20-year-old sister cannot move her legs, or sit up in bed, but is stabilizing.

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– A University of Arizona student who just finished her sophomore year is paralyzed in Spain and her family needs help getting her back to the states. Kara Dunn’s family said she was there on vacation , felt ill, went to sleep and woke up paralyzed .

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“Every day is another step toward recovery,” he wrote on Facebook. “Kara is still not able to move her legs or sit up in bed, but she is stabilizing and will hopefully be able to board a medical flight in a few days so she can get home and start rehab as soon as possible.”

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A previous update included a video message from the student herself, thanking donors for helping her get home.

“Kara’s speech gets clearer and louder every time we see her,” Ryan Dunn posted on Tuesday. “She can move her arms but is entirely paralyzed from the waist down. We are hoping that she can continue to improve so she can be back in Arizona starting rehab as soon as possible. GO KARA!!”

The trouble started for Dunn on June 5, when, according to the GoFundMe page, she woke up paralyzed and was rushed to the hospital. There, she was reportedly diagnosed with the rare immune disorder that attacks nerve cells and causes muscle weakness or paralysis. The symptoms can last a few weeks, and while most patients make a full recovery, some suffer long-term nerve damage, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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An Arizona college student vacationing in Spain went to sleep feeling ill and woke up paralyzed and fighting for her life. The onset of the disorder was very sudden. Just the night before, Kara started feeling ill and had tingling sensations in her hands and face.

University of Arizona student , Kara Dunn, was traveling abroad in Spain when she became paralyzed while on vacation .

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Dunn, whose brother and mother have flown to Spain to be with her, was allegedly sedated and intubated for pneumonia while in the hospital, which has complicated her case. As of June 11, the breathing tube was removed and Dunn began breathing on her own. The GoFundMe page is seeking $150,000 to help cover the cost of medical expenses.

On Wednesday, Ryan Dunn told supporters that insurance would cover her flight home, and that as long as she remained stable it could happen as early as this coming weekend. 

"KARA IS COMING HOME!" Ryan Dunn posted on Wednesday. "Contingent upon Kara's continued improvement, Kara will be on a medical flight bound for Phoenix this weekend. Kara's travel insurance will pay for the flight IN FULL. We are blown away. A HUGE thank you to On Call International, World Nomads travel insurance and FoxFlight air ambulance." 

Ryan Dunn said his sister wants any remaining funds raised to be donated. 

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