• The Man Who Shouldn’t Be Alive

    Posted February 6, 2010: by Bill Sardi

    Louis Campos of Ventura, California, approaching his 64th birthday this month, is a man who frankly should not be alive.

    For a man who has experienced four separate heart attacks over a period of 7 years, and came within minutes of dying due to severe dehydration from acute diabetes, which required emergent infusion of 13 liters of intravenous fluid, and had a pancreas that ceased to function resulting in his total dependence upon insulin, as well as the development of small hemorrhages in the back of his eyes, Lou is a walking miracle.

    Today Louis takes no medications — no insulin or blood pressure pills, not even a baby aspirin. His most recent electrocardiogram shows no evidence of prior heart attacks, and even two recommended knee operations were cancelled.  There has been low loss of vision.

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