''RSI could have ended my career as a cartoonist"
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Cartoonist thought chronic pain would end career

When cartoonist Andy Riley developed repetitive strain injury (RSI) in 2010, he thought it would put an end to his career.

Speaking to 5 live’s Stephen Nolan, Andy described living with condition as like wearing "a matador jacket of pain.”

The scriptwriter and artist rose to fame with his series of best-selling Bunny Suicides books in 2003.

After years of unsuccessful treatments, he's found a new way to manage his pain and is drawing again.

  • 07 Nov 2017