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I'm the friend in Europe.

Had a massive brain haemmorhage with no known risk factors.

Against the odds I survived.

then hAD A MASSIVE pulmonary embolus.

Against the odds, I survived.

Then had to go on blood thinners for a month with a fresh brain haemorrhage.

Against the odds, I survived.

Now back to work. Limping, with a brace on my left foot and a spastic/paralysed left arm and hand. Typing with one hand!

Afraid to go to sleep at night. I don't know why it happened or when it might happen again.

But I carry on. crippled, afraid and often lonely.

What else can you do?


When you are almost gone and the bright warm light beckons, walk away from the light!!


-- Jeremy Brown (, September 22, 2002


There are many good, feeling and caring people in the world. I don't know how good I am but I do care and feel. I hope your health improves and you have many more good times.

-- Denver doug (, September 23, 2002.

Its inevitable that everyone feels afraid when affected by this. A walk into the unknown. The only thing we all have in common,as survivors, is the fear of maybe it will all happen again. Good luck for the future and remember there are a few of us out their!

-- jane burrows (, January 23, 2003.

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