Memory Loss Girl

A teenager who was struck by a rare brain disease forgot the first 16 YEARS of her life- and couldnt even recognise her own MOTHER. When Rosie Paley, 19, woke up in hospital after suffering seizures, all of her memories of her childhood were gone and she didnt even recognise her two young brothers and mum. The teenager, from Brierley Hill, West Mids, was 16 when she was struck by the rare disease encephalitis, which causes inflammation of the brain and memory loss.

A teenager who was struck by a rare brain disease forgot the first 16 YEARS of her life- and couldnt even recognise her own MOTHER. When Rosie Paley, 19, woke up in hospital after suffering seizures, all of her memories of her childhood were gone and she didnt even recognise her two young brothers and mum. The teenager, from Brierley Hill, West Mids, was 16 when she was struck by the rare disease encephalitis, which causes inflammation of the brain and memory loss.

A teenager who was struck by a rare brain disease forgot the first 16 YEARS of her life- and couldnt even recognise her own MOTHER. When Rosie Paley, 19, woke up in hospital after suffering seizures, all of her memories of her childhood were gone and she didnt even recognise her two young brothers and mum. The teenager, from Brierley Hill, West Mids, was 16 when she was struck by the rare disease encephalitis, which causes inflammation of the brain and memory loss.

A teenager who was struck by a rare brain disease forgot the first 16 YEARS of her life- and couldnt even recognise her own MOTHER. When Rosie Paley, 19, woke up in hospital after suffering seizures, all of her memories of her childhood were gone and she didnt even recognise her two young brothers and mum. The teenager, from Brierley Hill, West Mids, was 16 when she was struck by the rare disease encephalitis, which causes inflammation of the brain and memory loss.

A teenager who was struck by a rare brain disease forgot the first 16 YEARS of her life- and couldnt even recognise her own MOTHER. When Rosie Paley, 19, woke up in hospital after suffering seizures, all of her memories of her childhood were gone and she didnt even recognise her two young brothers and mum. The teenager, from Brierley Hill, West Mids, was 16 when she was struck by the rare disease encephalitis, which causes inflammation of the brain and memory loss.