‘Invincible’ OAP, 71, feels no pain when medics stick pins in her, burn her and feed her one of the world’s hottest chillis

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'Invincible' OAP, 71, feels no pain when medics stick pins in her, burn her and feed her one of the world’s hottest chillis



AN OAP mum who feels no pain, does not experience fear and is “always happy” has astonished experts.
Jo Cameron’s genetic mutation also makes her wounds heal quicker and gives her a stress-free life.
Jo Cameron, 71, has shocked experts with ‘mutant gene’ as it is revealed she is unable to feel pain
Boffins think the 71-year-old medical marvel may hold the key to tackling chronic pain conditions. Her “superpowers” were only discovered in 2013 when she suffered no discomfort following surgery on severe hip joint degeneration.
Jo also felt no pain after what should have been excruciating surgery on a hand left deformed by arthritis. Hospital consultant Dr Devjit Srivastava checked her files and found she’d never been given pain relief despite having two kids and several broken bones.
She said: “They stuck different pins in me in one test but I felt no pain. They put heat pads on me, but again I felt nothing. They had to stop it as they knew it would damage me, even if I felt nothing.”
She was also able to eat a whole Scotch bonnet chilli.
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Experts at University College London and Oxford University studied Jo, of Whitebridge, Inverness, for six years and found two gene mutations that cause her condition.
The former special needs lecturer, married to Jim, 72, added: “I’m sickeningly happy too, which annoys people. You only realise when it’s odd when people talk about it.
“I’ve decided I’m going to live to 120 as I have no stress and that is the biggest killer.”
Jo from Inverness only discovered her superpowers in 2013
The mum-of-two never felt pain during child birth and never realised it was unusual
Jo tries a super hot Scotch Bonnet chilli
Her doctor Devjit Srivastava is astounded by Jo’s ability to not feel pain
Looks like the chilli didn’t go down so well with Jo’s husband Jim
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