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Brain Injury Turns Boozer Into Mr Perfect

Just hours before Ken was struck down by the brain injury, he had been drinking heavily on one of his typical evenings out. The next morning Tracey, 47, found him collapsed on floor. He had stopped breathing and Tracey had to resuscitate him.

Ken said: “I lost 50 to 70% of my memory, I had to learn to walk and talk again. “I asked if it was down to the alcohol and the doctors said no. It was basically just a time bomb ticking. “I don’t touch a drop now. Tracey says it’s turned me into a better person.” Tracey added: “They do say that out of those who survive from a haemorrhage, eight out of 10 relationships go down the pan because people change but I’ve always said that he couldn’t have got any worse.”

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