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Woman saved by "guardian angel"


Posted on Sunday, 1 November, 2009 | Comment icon 6 comments


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A woman in Spain had her life saved when a complete stranger came up to her on a bus and told her to have tests done for a rare disease that she'd never even heard of. The tests came back positive.

"A Spanish woman has thanked a stranger who saved her life after approaching her on a bus to tell her she was suffering from a rare disease."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by behaviour??? on 1 November, 2009, 16:57
Encounter of the 7th kind!!! Thanks B???
Comment icon #2 Posted by Mistydawn on 1 November, 2009, 17:40
Uhh! Jeeeez! Only on UM!!!
Comment icon #3 Posted by www375 on 1 November, 2009, 19:20
Gee.........any chance this "Guardian Angel" was actually a doctor?
Comment icon #4 Posted by brlesq1 on 1 November, 2009, 20:36
Gee.........any chance this "Guardian Angel" was actually a doctor? Unless you're joking, yes. Visual clues are the first thing a doctor looks for in making a diagnosis. It's a basic technique, and usually pretty accurate. And everybody does it, not just doctors. You ever look at someone with red, watery eyes, clogged sinuses (from their speech) and breathing through their mouth? You'd probably say they either had a cold or a bad case of allergies. Voila! You just made a diagnosis!
Comment icon #5 Posted by Paracelse on 21 December, 2009, 17:15
You should have read the entire article... you would have known


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