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Jodi C.
Jodi C.
Survivor

Tracey E.
Tracey E.
Survivor

Bernard R.
Bernard R.
Survivor

Elizabeth H.
Elizabeth H.
Survivor

Shannon A.
Shannon A.
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Jenniffer J.


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I would like to nominate my daughter, Jenniffer, because she is a very unlikely candidate to have a stroke. This came as a surprise to all of us, including her doctors. At 34 years old, out of the blue, she had a stroke. To this day, there hasn't been an explanation (reason) for this to have happened. She continues to be on recovery. She is back at work, but this episode in her life has had its consequences and repercussions. I took care of her, and she still lives with us. Her entire life changed, but she has throughout all of this, a great attitude about the whole thing.

 

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