Stroke survivor shares story on World Stroke Day


Time one forty eight. Today is world stroke day. A local survivor of a stroke says having one doesn't actually ruin your life, or at least it doesn't need to. Komo's Frank Lenzi reports Bill Monroe of Seattle suffered a stroke last year. He was only forty six your life after stroke is not over it's different. And it opens up some new and different doors in new ways of thinking about things and understanding what's happening with your brain and your body, and what you can do Monroe notice. There weren't many resources for strokes. Drivers under the age of sixty. So he started a podcast called stroke cast. He wants you to remember the warning signs of a stroke and an easy way to do that is to use the acronym. Fast. F, face drooping, A for arm weakness, S for speech difficulty. T stands for time. In other words, call nine one one immediately if you see someone showing

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