Heart of Gold

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Yuri’s brain (as chairman of the board), encouraging the rest of his players to heal synergistically with Western medicine and non-traditional therapies.

A Bill Evans ’64 ’75 Moment

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Now the balancing acts we’re into feel much different and inclusive. They continue daily in the physical therapy gym as well as the monitored medications on the tail end of the Monster.

Recovery Road

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Despite being taken “for a ride” from Westchester into New Jersey by two EMTs who have never ever been to New Jersey. They take Yuri to the wrong Kessler campus

Small Moments

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It’s hard to believe more than thirty days have gone by that Yuri and I are not together. While I come to see him now every day, the evening and nights seem to be the longest.

Surprising Good News

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Critical care management plan with Yuri waking from his Rip Van Winkle slumber. The team prepares me for the next step – getting Yuri off the ventilator.

One In A Million

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The pieces are falling into place. This morning I got a call that all is well with Yuri and the doctor told me that she sees him being very strong – his lungs are healing and working.