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In April 2007 I had a brain haemorrhage. I faced death and if I was to survive, my family was told it was likely I would live life as an invalid. The medical team in the emergency room saved my life but I sustained neurological damage. Not one to be deterred, my unwillingness to accept this condition is the inspirational story of Savage Impact. My rehabilitation took several years of hard work to complete. This is the story of that rehabilitation. They said it was unlikely I'd be able to live a normal life again but I had other ideas. 


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In April 2007 Garry Parsons had a brain haemorrhage. He faced death and if he was to survive, his family was told it was likely he would live life as an invalid. The medical team in the emergency room saved his life but he sustained neurological damage. Not one to be deterred, his unwillingness to accept this condition is the inspirational story of Savage Impact. His rehabilitation took several years of hard work to complete. This is the story of that rehabilitation. They said it was unlikely he’d be able to live a normal life again but he had other ideas.

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Monday 13th December 2010 | 9:28 AM

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Savage Impact Announced: One Man's Awe-Inspiring Road To Recovery From A Double Haemorrhage That Should Have Been Terminal.

Struck twice in the same day, the first bleed alone should have killed Garry. Doctors declared that he had suffered from a Grade 5 Subarachnoid Haemorrhage caused by an Aneurysmal Dissection, the most serious bleed of them all.


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Garryyp5885 Parsons
I am the author of SAVAGE IMPACT and  SHATTERED; also the co-author of  the photo book LETTERS FROM OUR FRIENDS. I publish books and magazines, design covers, layouts, proof re More...