Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke thanked the doctors for saving her Life

Emilia Clarke wrote a cordial thank-you note to the hospital staff who saved her life after a brain aneurysm rupture in February 2011.

Dear NHS: 100 Stories to Say Thank You recently released a collection of stories shared by many stars, including Paul McCartney, Graham Norton, Jamie Oliver, Ed Sheeran, Emma Watson, and other celebrities. Emilia Clarke spoke in a book about health problems that threatened her life and fell for the filming of Game of Thrones.

‘These memories are the dearest to me. For several weeks of treatment, they never left me alone. For me to survive, an urgent operation was required, although it did not give any guarantees, the star noted. ‘ Emilia shared.

Clark expresses special gratitude to the nurse, who was the first to offer the actress to do a brain scan after she arrived in the emergency department: She saved my life.

The star also thanks the surgeon, whose “skill, quick thinking, and absolute determination prevented the worst” when she was so close to death. Clark also noted the anesthetist who amused the patient and her family during treatment.

Clark began to have health problems in February 2011 after completing the filming of the first season of Game of Thrones. As a result, the actress underwent two brain operations.

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