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Emilia Clarke Says 'Game Of Thrones' Helped Her Recover From Brain Aneurysms

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Emilia Clarke Says 'Game Of Thrones' Helped Her Recover From Brain Aneurysms

Emilia Clarke Says 'Game Of Thrones' Helped Her Recover From Brain Aneurysms

On “CBS This Morning” Emilia Clarke talked about her two brain aneurysms in 2011 and 2013.

According to Business Insider, Clarke had surgery for the aneurysms during her time with “Game of Thrones.” The recovery for her second aneurysm was more difficult because part of her brain actually died.

Clarke said filming the HBO program helped her move forward in her life by proving her with hope.

She said it “became the thing that just saved me from considering my own mortality.”

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