Mike Simon was twelve years old when he suffered his first heart failure. Unbeknownst to anyone, he was born with Wolf, Parkinson, White's Syndrome, a mysterious disease that wasn't even given a name for another ten years. Prior to 1975, most people with WPW died. Those who were lucky enough to survive were either diagnosed as drug-abusers, or mentally ill.Forced to endure twenty-nine heart surgeries, five lung surgeries, five pacemakers, and dozens of other procedures over a period of twenty years, Mike was denied disability and medical benefits by an unethical employer, who claimed he was never too sick to return to work.Will Mike persevere? Join us for a story of endurance and hope, and find out.
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