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Jeffrey Hewson, of QVC fame, experienced a fairly major bleeding stroke in Oct. 2010 and has been in physical rehab and assisted living since then in Mesa, AZ.  He has issues with slow speech but is still totally conversant.  His left eye "wanders" but that may clear up as time goes on.  He walks fairly slowly and needs some guidance due to his vision issue.  He is well taken care of and has friends within the stroke community who care about him. 

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