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Offline shack

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Well, I hope he can at least recognise his surroundings and communicate somehow....otherwise, what's the damn point.

That's the likely outcome. I know someone (actually was a surgeon) who had something similar happen and he is in paleative care but does recognise his family and friends. He can't walk and look after himself and needs constant attention 😕😕



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Offline JBO


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indeedůsadly...
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Offline anotherforumuser

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They make it seem like he's still in a coma and has been all along.

"The former world champion has been in a coma since December 2013 after suffering head injuries from a skiing accident in the French Alps."


http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/the-pulse-adelaides-live-news-weather-and-traffic-blog/news-story/078e12b574f454437b0fd9fc43a215a3



Offline mhh

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They make it seem like he's still in a coma and has been all along.

"The former world champion has been in a coma since December 2013 after suffering head injuries from a skiing accident in the French Alps

And that's where he'll stay until pneumonia or something  gets him.



Offline Aircon

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And that's where he'll stay until pneumonia or something  gets him.

If that's true, just let the poor guy go, FFS
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Offline TomE


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Unfortunately his family can afford the medical care in the world and is just prolonging his empty state.  I would suggest that if this accident happened to a man of average means the family would have been advised differently.

Just my gut feel on the situation. I want it to over so he can be properly celebrated and remembered for what he achieved.
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Offline dodger

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They could be keeping him alive for a reason, hope it's ethical like perhaps he might snap out of it (it has happened) and not for legal or insurance reasons.




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