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Michael Johnson Aug 30
A year ago today I was unable to walk having suffered a stroke. Thanks to the mindset learned as an Olympian, 2 months later I was back running! Today I’m thankful to my family, friends, fans, and for the incredible support!
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Ian Budd Aug 31
Amazing progress... the importance of mindset, perseverance & support. Ian (almost five months)
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Kristen Aguirre Sep 9
It’s not distance you must conquer in running, it’s yourself.” I’ve been waiting for this day since the moment I woke up in the ICU
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Diana Cejas, MD, MPH Jul 4
It's been 7 years since I woke up in the ICU. 7 years since my stroke. 7 years since my cancer diagnosis. Many things have changed. I am disabled. I am strong. I am a physician. I am a writer. I am happy. I am here.
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Theresa Saylor Aug 30
Former Philly Fliers hockey player and stroke survivor Brian Propp sent my husband a video message of encouragement today. 😊
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💜Tackysue Sep 14
Some things are hard. It's hard seeing you in a chair and unable to be "you". It's hard knowing only a miracle can stop the downward progression. I hate it. I haven't yet stopped being angry about it. I'll try to make your b-day special somehow.
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alanna o'brien👻 Sep 7
One year later. Officially a year since I was hospitalized for an ischemic stroke in my right ventricle. A lot has changed in one year. I’ve learned to deal with post-stroke fatigue (still am😴) and lots of headaches. I’ve also learned how to be happy.
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Carolyn Topol Mar 5
-At 49 I had a moderate stroke. 2 of the women who w/me at a luncheon when it happened knew within minutes to call 911 -- I didn't have the usual symptoms but couldn't open my eye as I was as dizzy & nauseous beyond imaginable. "Time" saved me!
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Carol A Bott Jun 5
Rhuddlan Positive Action for Stroke survivors. Enjoying a good workout.
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Mama Magie Ward #amediting #sendcoffee Aug 3
I just realized that I started writing 1500 days ago as part of my language recovery after my stroke...
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Paul Sutcliffe Aug 11
Stroke can happen at any age. 4 years ago today I became a . I've learnt to adjust to the impact of my stroke but it doesn't define me. My brain 'glitches' are unique. I remain determined and passionate about empowering others - keep smiling
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Penguin Cop Jun 11
Today I did my first four shift on the computer at home , doing something meaningful and productive gathering evidence to request drug users driving licences being revoked. It was hard work and I’m feeling it but one step closer to full duty
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Emma Dreher Oct 5
The system failed her when she needed it most, so she’s spent the last 3 years advocating for other survivors - speaking out about inequalities in medical care that directly affect women. My mom is a real-life Wonder Woman & we’re so lucky that she’s still here.
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Beth Smout Apr 26
This brought so much flooding back. Stroke can happen to anyone, at any age. I was 21 & felt my world collapse. I've gone from not knowing my own sister to qualifying as a doctor, working in Sierra Leone for 3yrs & truly living my best life
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Alisha Malhotra Apr 25
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Dave Nathan Jul 29
MADE IT. 5 years ago today I was given 24 hours to live. No one has ever climbed a ladder with their hands in their pockets. Whatever life throws at me now, I've already won. Download my story on IBooks Peace xx
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Clare Gordon Oct 1
“Hiccups - oh my god! They’re funny for a few minutes, but not when they go on for days. It was hard to think of anything else, hard to sleep” Ashley Savell-Boss
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Ray Arell Sep 3
4 years ago I had a stroke, and I thought that I would never hike again. After 4 years of rehabilitation, my daughter, wife, and we hiked 24 miles from sea level to 3400 feet! I feel so happy!
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Sarah Collins Jun 9
3 years ago I had a stroke. This year I have completed my beginner course and today umpired my first tournament! Proud I’m pushing out my comfort zone
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A Stroke of Luck Oct 7
Our traffic light colour scheme is a very visual representation of how a may be feeling at any particular moment. It may be linked to their mood, perceived mobility, the challenges their facing or how anxious they're feeling. Find out more... 🚥
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