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Hi, I was hospialized at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta Ga with bacterial meningitis at 6 months in 1974. A young doctor in his twenties, who was a student doctor performed a procedure on me, that saved my life, which his superviisor did not want him to perform. My mother told me his name, but I forgot. My hair was shaved off, I was paralyzed on the right side of body making me use my left side more, and I had tubes in and out my body. which was painful for my family members to see a tiny soul fighting for her life. I was known on the...
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