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Garry G.
Garry G.
Survivor

J. Bradley


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On June 19, 2007 I suffered a hemorrhagic stroke. I was transported to Boston Medical Center via helicopter, where I was treated. I underwent  brain surgery (twice) and fought off numerous infections.  After months in ICU, I left BMC for Spaulding Rehab Hospital. At this time four years later I can not drive or read, but I can play golf and understand what is read or said to me. I had to have my wife write this because I still can not spell.

 

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