Archive - May 8, 2018

Archive - May 8, 2018

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First of Its Kind NYC Clinic Focuses on Brain After Cardiac Arrest

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, NY--Maryanne Gale can't remember much about the months following her sudden cardiac arrest. She describes the feeling now as "all of her memories starting on the same day," and said she didn't even feel conscious until about a week into her hospital stay. Even after her discharge, Gale said she felt "adrift."

"When you're walking around and people are looking at you going 'people don't survive this kind of thing' you can feel really alone," Gale said. "You don't understand why you feel the way you feel."

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