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Triolya’s Story: Life after Stroke

by Kristen Shock on Sep 28, 2020, 10:13 AM
As a medical assistant, Triolya Carruth was used to caring for patients, then her role suddenly reversed when she suffered a stroke. The stroke robbed Triolya of her mobility and independence, but not her will to fight. With the help of DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, she made a full recovery and is back, sharing her story and caring for others.

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