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Hubpages' First Interactive Short Story Part 2
The story picks up from where it paused 2 weeks ago
Part one of the story can be found here: Hubpages' First Interactive Short Story
I am all confused. Why should so much happen to one person within a span of couple of months. Will he make it?
23 January 2008, Monday, Cloudy
Mr Bradley still had not woken up today. Mrs Bradley was holding his right hand and talking to him softly. John, his thirteen year old son, was holding his left hand and gently squeezing it. It was looking gloomy now the coma had continued for 10 days. I can’t recall the last time a patient in the same situation had woken up and recovered. But then, Mr Bradley’s guardian angel had worked wonders before…
30 January 2008, Monday, Sunny
Never say never, in clinical medicine, and life. Mr Bradley woke up all of a sudden today. He appeared to have regained full brain function in spite of the 17 days of coma behind him. He was tired but asked about what happened. Mrs Bradley promised to tell him the details later but bade him to take a good rest.
6 February 2008, Monday
Mr Bradley was discharged today. He had brushed shoulders with death yet again and walked away unharmed, thanks to modern medicine and his liver donor, or was it Lady Luck. Doctors are left dumb-found and humbled by anecdotes like this. I certainly am.
6 September 2008, Saturday