Risk of stroke from chiropractor neck adjustment remains fierce debate
It’s not easy to say which “one in a” Elizabeth Caplan is.
She might be one in 100,000. Or maybe 20,000. Or maybe 80,000.
For Caplan herself, it’s not about proving which statistic she is. It’s about telling what happens when you are the “one” who has a stroke during a visit to the chiropractor.
“I think the tragedy of this has been that people like me are silenced, for the most part, if they’re alive, or they’re relegated to some invented statistic of it being so one-in-a-million...
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