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“My 4-year-old daughter has a rare disease,” Lee Jae-yong impersonator pleads on social media…and a miracle happens

A woman with a 4-year-old daughter suffering from a rare disease is making headlines after she asked for help on social media impersonating Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Jae-yong, and Samsung Medical Center reached out to her.

Ms. A, a woman whose daughter suffers from mucolipidosis, posted the news on her social networking service (SNS) on the 9th.

Mucolipidosis is a genetic disorder that appears within eight months of birth안전놀이터. It is accompanied by cognitive impairment, visual impairment, etc. and there is no specific treatment yet.

“It’s not an Instagram managed by Lee Jae-yong himself, but I habitually sent DMs to Samsung Medical Center in the hope that they would make a cure for my child, and a miracle happened today,” he said. “I received a call from the area code 02, and I didn’t know whether to answer it or not, but it was Professor Cho Sung-yoon from Samsung Medical Center,” he said.

He said, “The hospital has decided to make a cure for mucolipidosis type 2 (mucolipidosis).” He said, “There are not many places (researching a cure) not only in Korea but also in the world, so I never imagined that they would actually make it, but I was overwhelmed that they called me like this.”

Mr. A echoed Prof. Cho’s words that “it may take a very long time to develop a cure,” and revealed that his daughter may never get one.

He said, “I will do whatever you ask, including smelling her cells. I never thought this day would come. I think of my other child who went to heaven first, and I feel salty and sorry. Once it starts, if it goes fast, I won’t wish it away. I love Samsung.”

After the news broke, Mr. A wrote in another post, “Professor Cho said he made the decision because he always had Mucolipidosis type 2 on his mind. Chairman Lee said he didn’t make the decision,” he added.

However, users left comments such as, “No matter how it happened, the mother’s desperate prayers reached someone,” and “I hope a cure will be developed and my daughter will be cured.”

Lee’s fan page, meanwhile, had more than 383,000 followers as of Oct. 10. The fanpage has gained a lot of popularity by posting posts impersonating Lee. In reality, Lee is not known to run any social media accounts.

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