Dipped Into Oblivion
by Sacha Bonsor
Far worse than a brain haemorrhage, with the accompanying loss of speech and movement this can provoke, was the news that Sacha Bonsor was likely to suffer another, but no one could tell her when, how serious it would be, how much further damage it might cause. All she knew was it would probably kill her, or at least paralyse her, though it might be one year, or fifty years' time.The only scrap of hope was that there were apparently five surgeons in the world with the skill to operate on her brain stem and perhaps lengthen her odds - even cure her ... but the operations was so difficult they might kill her too. Only she could make the decision...to do nothing, or ask them for help.This is the extraordinary story of how she felt then and how she feels now about living with the constant threat of oblivion, making the life and death decision about an operation - and the eventual outcome
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