Andre the Giant was the 8th Wonder of the World. At 46 years old, he passed away in a Paris hotel room.

The cause of death was congestive heart failure.

He refused to be treated for acromegaly and lived with the consequences.

When his body started to break down, he was unable to get help, so he ended up dying. However, his life was still very interesting, and he is remembered by many people for his work.

Though Andre was born a giant, he eventually found success in movies and TV shows.

His most famous role was as Fezzik in the cult classic The Princess Bride.

While his physical size was huge, he had a big heart and a big mind, and he was happy with life once he had left the house. He was able to see the world and made many friends.

The cause of death of Andre the Giant has not been established, but the condition has been linked to an autoimmune disease.

In the 1980s, researchers discovered that the disease causes severe pain in the joints and could prolong the life of a person with gigantism.

This illness is called Acromegaly.

Although it causes permanent joint pain, a successful cure can increase the life expectancy of a gigant.

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