My Stroke of LuckRecounting a “life-changing event in my brain” from a decade ago, Barnes offers a unique perspective because she herself is a doctor. She even recalls how she took the extraordinary step of, at first, self-diagnosing and eschewing treatment because, knowing the severity of her brain injury, she didn’t want to be a burden to her sons.
Diane Barnes – San Rafael, CA
6 DATES THROUGH MAY 28, 2016
Length: 70 Min
Price: $11 (Disc: FA | FV)
Rating: 7 & Up (Some Adult Situations)
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