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Topic - Mark Sherer
The type of bullet, its path, good trauma care and her general health before the injury bode well for her, but "a bigger impact on recovery is the amount of family and social support after the injury," said Mark Sherer, a neuropsychologist at the rehab hospital.
"Every time we interact with her, there's something quite inspiring," he said.