Teen Eats Through Her Heart

Meet Amy Knowles, the incredible teenager who is being kept alive by being fed through her HEART. Amy, 17, has Complex Neuromyopathic Intestinal Dismotility (CNID) which means her body cannot handle food. Amy’s case of the rare condition is the most difficult doctors have ever seen in the UK and is so bad the teenager hasn’t been able to put food in her mouth for more than six months.

Meet Amy Knowles, the incredible teenager who is being kept alive by being fed through her HEART. Amy, 17, has Complex Neuromyopathic Intestinal Dismotility (CNID) which means her body cannot handle food. Amy's case of the rare condition is the most difficult doctors have ever seen in the UK and is so bad the teenager hasn't been able to put food in her mouth for more than six months.

Meet Amy Knowles, the incredible teenager who is being kept alive by being fed through her HEART. Amy, 17, has Complex Neuromyopathic Intestinal Dismotility (CNID) which means her body cannot handle food. Amy's case of the rare condition is the most difficult doctors have ever seen in the UK and is so bad the teenager hasn't been able to put food in her mouth for more than six months.

Meet Amy Knowles, the incredible teenager who is being kept alive by being fed through her HEART. Amy, 17, has Complex Neuromyopathic Intestinal Dismotility (CNID) which means her body cannot handle food. Amy's case of the rare condition is the most difficult doctors have ever seen in the UK and is so bad the teenager hasn't been able to put food in her mouth for more than six months.

Meet Amy Knowles, the incredible teenager who is being kept alive by being fed through her HEART. Amy, 17, has Complex Neuromyopathic Intestinal Dismotility (CNID) which means her body cannot handle food. Amy's case of the rare condition is the most difficult doctors have ever seen in the UK and is so bad the teenager hasn't been able to put food in her mouth for more than six months.