England’s unforgiving climate and Ramanujan’s poor diet took their toll. Ramanujan’s health continued its long decline. He had endured a variety of ailments throughout his life, and after five years in Cambridge, he was constantly ill. The doctors believed he had tuberculosis, although later findings have suggested a parasitic infection affecting his liver. Blood poisoning was also suspected. No one knew exactly what was amiss, but he suffered from fevers, stomach pains, and many other symptoms.
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