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Upon hearing the words that Representative [D-Arizona] Gabrielle Giffords had been shot in the head, I flashed back to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, another official shot in the head. I’ll remember both days.

In a dramatic miracle, Giffords came out of a medically induced coma by herself Wednesday January 12, 2011.  Her friends, coworkers, and family talked her up out of the coma. See running live feed of updates at the link below.

See how she is recovering so quickly and view a video of another miracle brain injury case and the Tuscon Memorial Service video speech of President Barack Obama at this link: MIRACLES OF BRAIN RECOVERY

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