Escape from neuro ward

Two and a half years ago, my partner Peer was admitted to Charing Cross Hospital for emergency brain surgery to remove a cyst that was obstructing the fluid flow in his brain. This surgery almost certainly saved his life. Today we returned to the hospital to get the results of his 2-year scans, and the professor of neurosurgery told him that they would no longer need to monitor his progress.

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