Anne Strieber has left intensive care and is making a strongand full recovery from her recent intercranial bleed. Shehas licked all of her infections and is on an excellent roadto complete recovery.

Anne says thanks for all your prayers and healing. Shefirmly believes that you were a silent but powerful partnerwith her superb medical team, in helping her to get pastthis extremely serious illness.

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As of November 10, Anne Strieber has licked her infectionand is again on the road to recovery. She is resting well,but bored with life in an Intensive Care Unit and hopeful,if her illness does not take any more difficult turns, to bereleased from ICU care in a few days.

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Anne Strieber is back on a more steady road to recovery. Itis hoped that she will leave intensive care within 10 days.Her pneumonia is now behind her and efforts are being madeto determine other sources for her fever.

She has expressed her gratitude for your prayers andhealing, and we have read her many of your letters, whichhave given her great pleasure.

Thank you so much for being so loyal to Whitley and Anneduring this tremendous personal trial.

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Anne is not as alert as she has been, but her doctors arehoping that, once her fever has broken, she will become morealert. She has had a temperature of between 99 and 102 forfifteen days, and this, plus the difficulty of deep sleep inthe ICU, has, they believe, made her consciousness declinetemporarily.

However, they are still evaluating her brain with thegreatest care to be certain that her sleepiness is not dueto a neurological issue. At this time, that does not appearto be the case.

Thank you so much for your outpouring of support and prayer.There is no question that it has helped, and it has givenAnne great joy.

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