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Stories of Hope: Kertisha [VIDEO]

By Currents Editor posted 06-02-2022 15:22

  
During the 2nd annual World Coma Day, NCS and the  Curing Coma® Campaign invited patients and their providers to share their stories of recovery, in video format. Kertisha Brabson was a patient with anti-NMDA encephalitis who woke up from coma after 7 months and is now living a completely normal life as a dental assistant. This interview with Kertisha and her physician, Shraddha Mainali, talks briefly about her condition, her recovery process and her life as a coma survivor.


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