Life After Stroke: Still Standing, Still Funny

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16 years ago, newlyweds John Kawie and Marilyn Manno were planning their lives together, and their plan did not include a stroke. But, when John, a successful stand-up comedian suffered a right hemisphere stroke, leaving him physically and cognitively altered, they were thrust, as partners, into new and unchartered territory.

Join John and his wife, Marilyn, for an interview that will inspire, inform, and make you laugh. John shares his funny perspective in his humor column "Life at the Curb", which appears in Stroke Connection Magazine, a quarterly publication of the American Heart and Stroke Association, and in the DVD recording of his one man show "Brain Freeze", recorded live at Gotham Comedy Club in New York City which is available at:

www.brainfreezedvd.com. (17% of the DVD proceeds go to The American Stroke Association).

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