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Google CEO Recovering From Vocal Cord Paralysis
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5/30/2013 | 2:23:13 AM
re: Google CEO Recovering From Vocal Cord Paralysis
ItG«÷s interesting to see that even people in such high positions of power still have to deal with the same diseases and ailments that plague the rest of the population. I like the fact that when these ailments are brought to light, then more attention is given to them. As is the case in this instance with Larry Page, a large amount of funding gets sent to research to cure these diseases, either by the afflicted or by organizations associated with the afflicted. There are many celebrities that lend their voice, time and even money to the research of different diseases that have affected them in some way in their lives.

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