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Default Bulbar pacer users passes away . . . surviving about ten years from onset.

Donald Paul Brooks
Donald Brooks Obituary (1938 - 2021) - Murrells Inlet, SC - The Sun News

May be eldest Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis pacer user of all time at 83. Was bulbar onset, (life expectancy of two to three years) but reached about ten years with the pacer.
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