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Swim champ Michael Klim’s devastating update on rare disorder and how it’s left him trapped in Bali


Swimming legend Michael Klim has given a startling update on his battle with a rare disorder and revealed he can no longer travel to Australia due to his worsening condition.

Speaking to former Olympic teammate Brett Hawke on his popular podcast, Klim – who was diagnosed with chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) in 2020, also confirmed that he is under financial stress after stepping down from his role in his successful skincare line due to his illness.

The father-of-three revealed his mobility is now so affected that he can no longer leave his adopted home of Bali and make trips to Australia as he previously did several times a year for both work and treatment.

Klim has opened up on his CIDP diagnosis from and revealed he can no longer make his frequent trips to Australia

Klim has opened up on his CIDP diagnosis from and revealed he can no longer make his frequent trips to Australia 

Michael Klim revealed his CIDP diagnosis in July and told Brett Hawke's podcast this week that his condition is worsening and has moved from his feet to his knees

Michael Klim revealed his CIDP diagnosis in July and told Brett Hawke’s podcast this week that his condition is worsening and has moved from his feet to his knees 

'Caught up with my bestie to discuss the journey since my CIDP diagnosis',' said Klim, seen here with Brett Hawke



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