If you thought you knew everything about dentists in Brooklyn, you might want to check out this article about a dentist in Jersey City who’s a little more humble.
According to the NY Daily News, John Roesch was diagnosed with the disease in January of 2015.
Roesck had just finished a year as a dental hygienist at the New Jersey State Hospital and had been working in the community as a social worker for years.
But then, in January 2016, he was diagnosed as a chronic inflammatory disease and was hospitalized for six weeks.
Roesch has since received a lot of support from his community and his family, and he told the paper that he doesn’t think he’s the only one suffering.
But it’s clear that his community is also trying to help him and is asking people to pray for him.
“It’s a very strange situation for me,” Roesack told the Daily News.
“I didn’t think anything of it until now.”
In March, Roessch announced that he was leaving the hospital and would return to work at a dental office in the city.
He told the Associated Press that he is not expecting to be able to work for years, and said that his wife was trying to support him financially.
Roeck has already begun working with the local dental association, which is helping him transition back to his normal life.
He has also set up a GoFundMe page, which has raised over $1,000.
You can donate here.