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Sad that in this day and age of modern medicine etc that a life is lost to a Mosquito!

POPULAR Thai TV star Thrisadee Por Sahawong passed away this morning from complications related to dengue fever after spending more than two months in a coma.

https://asiancorrespondent.com/2016/01/popular-thai-actor-por-thridsadee-37-dies-of-dengue-fever/

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Tv actor/personality.

Sad that in this day and age of modern medicine etc that a life is lost to a Mosquito!

https://asiancorrespondent.com/2016/01/popular-thai-actor-por-thridsadee-37-dies-of-dengue-fever/

Indeed sadly it shows how little my knowledge of Thai celebrities is,probably because I'm still watching re runs of dads army and only fools and horses.

RIP Por.

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After careful thought,it is sad but what's even more sadder is the fact that the nation mourns a superstar who has died due to dengue fever while countless other folk go unnoticed.

I hope this sad event may bring the issue to light for those running the show,although I feel that may be highly unlikely.

It just goes to show that an event such as this may just educate the uneducated folk.

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After careful thought,it is sad but what's even more sadder is the fact that the nation mourns a superstar who has died due to dengue fever while countless other folk go unnoticed.

I hope this sad event may bring the issue to light for those running the show,although I feel that may be highly unlikely.

It just goes to show that an event such as this may just educate the uneducated folk.

I bet now that someone famous has died many more Thais will take Dengue seriously. They might not be as pro-active about it as they should but it will probably prevent many more cases that would have otherwise happened.

Because let's face it, right now they do absolutely nothing to prevent the spread of Dengue. Just doing anything to reduce the risk is a start. A famous person dying from Dengue is the most education the whole of Thailand has ever had on the subject so let's hope his death makes somewhat of a positive change.

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Lets be honest he was a rubbish actor as were the lakorns he appeared in, just another pretty face. However, he was very popular and to die so young after a long battle that included amputation is tragic. Lets hope it results in more action against mosquitoes.

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Dengue fever....

Had a friend that got it from the PI....But symptoms started after she landed in the US....

Even in the US at one of the better Bay Area hospitals they cannot arrest it → only treat the attacked organs as the constant tests dictate as needed/affected.....

Not something to be underestimated...

She survived but it took years for the organs to recover.....Some organs that are attacked cannot recover....

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Can someone explain what happened to him exactly ?

Should we really avoid any mosquito bite ?

Thank you.

In rare cases, Dengue fever can lead to life threatening complications, which is why people who have it are hospitalised and placed under observation.

And yes, we really should avoid mosquito bites, by using repellent and sleeping under a mosquito net if they can get into your room. If you are unlucky, they can infect you with Dengue or malaria. The mosquitos that carry Dengue are active during the day.

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