From life support to taking on the big 10k - Batley man Ismail ready for Dewsbury’s big race



A man who was within a day of having his life support switched off a decade ago will take his latest steps to recovery in the Dewsbury 10k race.
On Sunday, February 4, Ismail Patel will walk the race this Sunday, February 4, continuing rehabilitation from an arteriovenous malformation on the brain, a very rare and life-threatening condition in a young man.
Ismail says: “I recovered within three months but was advised at the age of 23 I was too young for them operate on, that it ould happen again in the near future and could cause me death. In June 2009, a heatwave summer, one morning at... read more

 
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