‘The Good Doctor’ Star Will Yun Lee Opens Up About His 6-Year-Old Son’s Rare Condition, Moyamoya Disease

Date November 25, 2019

The Good Doctor Will Yun Lee opened up about his little son’s rare condition, which affects every aspect of his life. The boy suffers from a rare blood disorder, the cause of which is still unknown.

Will Yun Lee reveals his son’s health issues

The Good Doctor Will Yun Lee and his wife Jennifer experienced every parent’s worst nightmare when their precious son Cash suffered a stroke at 3 years old.

At first, specialists diagnosed the kid with the inflammation of blood vessels and prescribed a necessary treatment. But after 7 months, Cash suffered another stroke. This time, doctors diagnosed the kid with moyamoya disease.

Moyamoya disease is a rare blood disorder, which results in a loss of blood flow to the brain. The symptoms include troubles with speaking and moving, and seizures.

Will Yun Lee’s son’s illness has changed the actor’s life on ‘before’ and ‘after.’ Will commented on Cash’s condition:

A situation like this literally affects every crevice and crack of your livelihoods, of your relationships.

Fans support ‘The Good Doctor’ Will Yun Lee

@ vanessalachey

Love you ALL! Your family is magic, strength & LOVE! 💫💪🏽❤️

@ artforartssake

Incredible story and family!!!!

@ lisalingstagram

You guys are the best.

@ summergirllee

Thank you for sharing your story! I know it will help so many people! You’re strength together and individually is admired and an inspiration!

Today, Will Yun Lee and his wife want to raise awareness about their son’s rare disease. Meanwhile, we keep praying for little Cash and his parents.

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