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On the night of his 28th birthday in 2017, Felix Bautista, of Salisbury, N.C., suffered a stroke that usually occurs in patients who are 65 or older with a history of hypertension. Because of the damage to his brain, doctors gave the 2011 alumnus of Gardner-Webb University less than a 20 percent chance of survival. They told his wife, Holly Hamm Bautista, also a 2011 GWU alumna, that if he did survive, he would be brain dead.

Publication Date

1-29-2020

Publisher

Gardner-Webb University

City

Boiling Springs

Keywords

birthday, brain, Crohn's Disease, delivery drivers, Felix Bautista, Gardner-Webb Dimensions, Holly Bautista, hypertension, neuro intensive care, rehabilitation, stroke, travel league baseball, Uber drivers

GWU Alumnus Shares How God Brought Him Through Life-Threatening Stroke

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