CASUALTY fans are in tears after Duffy told Charlie she has been diagnosed with vascular dementia.
The comparison helper – who is played by singer Cathy Shipton in a BBC One medical play – was weeping as she was forced to tell her trainer about her diagnosis.
Desperate to continue operative in AE to continue assisting people, Duffy had been operative slower than common to safeguard she didn’t make any mistakes.
But after Charlie beheld her slowness she became dissapoint and told him about her harmful diagnosis.
Tearing up, she said: “As my line manager it’s usually satisfactory we know because we was late for work.
“I was saying a neurologist, he thinks I’m in a early stages of vascular dementia.
“A few months ago we had a integrate of falls, we didn’t know because and my GP organised some tests that were clear.
“Then we started experiencing some problems with my mood and my memory, and my behaviour. we forgot your birthday.
“I had some some-more tests, afterwards an MRI indicate and this morning a neurologist gave me his assessment.”
But as Charlie attempted to comfort her, she told him not to and attempted to reason herself together.
She said: “No Charlie, don’t, please. Now we consider I’m well-enough for work, though I’m being clever to make certain my work stays of a good adequate standard.
“Just we and I’ll leave it with we either Occupational health and a rest of a staff should be informed. Now we unequivocally should get behind to it.”
She went off to try and continue to cope though viewers were left in tears over her exhibit and her diagnosis.
One wrote: “10 mins in and I’m already crying. Duffy has vascular insanity #Casualty”
Another added: “I unequivocally do feel contemptible for Duffy #casualty”
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