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Oklahoma City man continues recovery from West Nile virus

Published: October 9, 2012

Bob Matthews, a 77-year-old retired Heritage Hall principal, is working to recover from the neurological effects of West Nile virus. He has been at an Oklahoma City rehabilitation center for the past few weeks and hopes to be home by Christmas.

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