Micheal Jackson suffered from Lupus and Vitiligo

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Deepak Chopra, who is a long time friend and physician of Michael Jackson has reported that Michael Jackson was suffering from Lupus, due to a traumatizing childhood.

Doctor Chopra says that Michael Jackson had been diagnosed with Lupus and had vitiligo. Recently conducted researches show that if children undergo physical, verbal, mental or emotional pressure, then twenty or thirty years later, they may be subjected to autoimmune diseases including lupus.

Dr. Chopra also told that Michael Jackson was never abused sexually, but traumatized verbally and phsically in his childhood, and it was a big problem with him.

Medical experts say that Lupus is a chronic disease that randomly damages any part of the body, for ex. skin joints organs etc. In Michael’s case, lupus affected his skin discoloration, which is also called vitiligo. Michael Jackson had a lot of white patches on his all over the body, thats the reason why he always covered up his body, says Dr Chopra.

Deepak Chopra’s son, Gotham, also close to Michael Jackson adds:


“It was very disturbing to him that people thought he always wanted to be white and he was bleaching his skin. [But] he identified as being a black person and so it was troubling to him that everyone thought that he was a hater of his own race,” Gotham explains. “And the lupus, why he didn’t just come out more clearly and say that was the problem, I’m not sure. But I know it was something that bothered him a lot.”



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