[FRIAM] Thank you George, Dan, and Dean. For taking me to the hospital. My aphasia was almost gone within an hour. It was very strange to know what I wanted to say without being able to find the words or being able to say them.

George Duncan gtduncan at gmail.com
Fri Jun 7 22:14:13 EDT 2019

Glad to hear you are getting appropriate monitoring. Certainly a scary


On Fri, Jun 7, 2019 at 7:21 PM Frank Wimberly <wimberly3 at gmail.com> wrote:

> They are keeping me overnight to monitor certain variables.
> In gratitude,.
> Frank
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