In her later years Mother Teresa suffered from heart problems, pneumonia and malaria.
Mother Teresa suffered with recurring bouts of malaria as well as cardiac problems which eventually led to her death.
Mother Teresa did not have leprosy. However, she did contract tuberculosis as well as malaria while working in India.
hearts attacks , malaria, pneumonia etc.
Mother Teresa worked with people suffering from AIDS/HIV, leprosy, tuberculosis, malaria and a number of other disorders.
Over the years Mother Teresa suffered from tuberculosis, malaria, pneumonia, a broken collar bone and heart problems which ultimately was her cause of death.
She had serious heart problems, pneumonia and malaria as well as other ailments.
Mother Teresa was always frail of health, even as a child. She suffered from heart problems and had periodic bouts of malaria. In her younger years she also contracted tuberculosis.
Mother Teresa suffered from recurring bouts with malaria that eventually led to heart and lung damage which were responsible for three heart attacks, the third one causing her death in 1997.
Mother Teresa mother was 35 when she had mother teresa.
She had malaria and TB (not quite shore about TB) and died of a heart attack and a stroke simultaneously.
Mother Teresa suffered from a number of health problems throughout her life. She had tuberculosis in her early years in India and suffered periodic bouts with malaria and heart problems which eventually took her life.