Broadcaster Mark McEwen Tells Of Stroke, Recovery In 2005, former CBS broadcaster Mark McEwen was on flight home to Orlando, Fla., when he was overtaken by a stroke. He survived the incident, but it changed his life forever. Now, McEwen has captured the experience and the aftermath in a new book.
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Broadcaster Mark McEwen Tells Of Stroke, Recovery

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Broadcaster Mark McEwen Tells Of Stroke, Recovery

Broadcaster Mark McEwen Tells Of Stroke, Recovery

Broadcaster Mark McEwen Tells Of Stroke, Recovery

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In 2005, former CBS broadcaster Mark McEwen was on flight home to Orlando, Fla., when he was overtaken by a stroke.

He survived the incident, but it changed his life forever.

Now, McEwen has captured the experience and the aftermath in a new book called, Change in the Weather: Life After Stroke. He shares his story with NPR's Tony Cox.

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