I learnt yesterday that if you have a heart attack outside of a hospital then your chances of living to tell the tale are a frighteningly low 3%.

Surprisingly, the odds of survival if you suffer a cardiac arrest whilst IN hospital are scarcely higher.

I had had a heart attack during surgery in Toulon. It took 25 minutes to restart  my heart, I heard from Dani yesterday.

I’m not really sure what to think, other than to be proud of my innate survival instinct.

To call myself lucky would be wrong, as the chances of severing your spinal column are tiny, making me incredibly unlucky.

Thats all I can write.


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