Cornell economist Robert Frank is alive today because his heart stopped on the right tennis court. He wants us all to know how fortunate we are.
New York: Robert Frank was playing tennis one cold Saturday morning in Ithaca, New York, when his heart stopped. Sudden cardiac arrest–a short-circuit in the heart’s electrical signalling—kills 98% of its victims and leaves most of the rest permanently impaired.
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