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Robin Williams' wife addresses actor's health woes leading to star's tragic death

The film star began suffering from stomach cramps, heartburn, and digestive issues.He then started to have issues with his sight and smell, causing him to become more anxious and have disturbed sleep.Eventually, he experienced motor disturbances, causing him to sometimes freeze mid-movement.Speaking to the New York Times culture reporter Dave Itzkoff for his biography, Robin, Susan said dealing with the symptoms was like "playing whack-a-mole". Susan said: "It was like this endless parade of symptoms, and not all of them would raise their head at once.“It was like playing whack-a-mole.

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