After three weeks, Shama Amin has revealed that she has rheumatoid arthritis, which has caused her to quit The Apprentice. The disease affects the joints and is largely inherited, and usually affects women more than men.
Despite its relatively rare occurrence, rheumatoid arthritis can be devastating for a person. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent the symptoms.
The news has shocked viewers across the world. It’s been confirmed by a source that the 30-year-old has rheumatoid arthritis. Her disease, which is often accompanied by severe pain, attacks the cells in the joints.
This can make it difficult to move the joints and can lead to pain, stiffness, and even death. While the circumstances surrounding her departure are sad, it’s comforting to know that Lord Sugar is considering letting her return.
While the cause of Amin’s departure remains unknown, the news that she had rheumatoid arthritis is not surprising. The disease is caused by the immune system attacking the cells in the joints.
The condition results in inflammation, pain, and stiffness. The episode of The Apprentice will air on Thursday at 9 pm on the BBC. Until then, the thirteen remaining entrepreneurs are still competing for the job of Lord Sugar’s next business partner.