1p36 Deletion Syndrome
June 16, 2011 by Post Team
1p36 Deletion Syndrome, A former NBA star, which shone in the spotlight last second shot when shooting, is now in severe emotional pain. Robert 17 years old, “Big Shot Rob” Horry daughter died on Tuesday after a lifelong battle with a rare genetic disorder. According to reports, Ashlyn Horry, 17, suffered from 1p36 deletion syndrome, a condition that develops when part of chromosome first offense.
Horry said the death of his daughter is very painful for his family, and who see it as the light in your home. He said that during the last 17 years of her life his daughter had several surgeries and near several other calls on their part like illness.
The former NBA star said the death of his daughter can be painful but have learned to accept it. He played 16 NBA seasons, winning seven championships, more than any other player who has not played in the 1960 Boston Celtics.
It is one of only two players who have won NBA championships with three different teams: two with the Houston Rockets, three with the Lakers and two with the Spurs in San Antonio. Because of his clutch shooting in big games, he has earned the nickname “Big Shot Rob.”
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