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Fetterman says his stroke recovery 'changes everything,' but that he’s fit to serve as senator

Summary by Ground News
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman had a stroke days before winning the Democratic primary in May. He told NBC News in an interview published Tuesday that his daily life has been significantly different since he had his stroke. He said he still uses captioning to help him understand dialogue, and he sometimes misses a word. He was able to read immediately after the stroke and did not lose any memories.

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