Ian Cullerne Bown could have had a chance had he been given one

The Sunday Times of the 1st June had a very interesting article which revived very sad memories for me. Entitled  “Saved in the blink of an eye“ it told the story of Richard Marsh who had suffered a stroke. Doctors thought that his brain was dead and wanted to convince his family to turn off his life support, which they refused to do and asked for a neurologist to examine Richard again and give a second opinion, which he did…and they found out that Richard had a condition called locked-in-syndrome, which makes the patient go into a vegetative state, which looks like a coma but that it can be cured.

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