January 28, 2015
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Nick Adrizzi of Inland Imaging immobilizes Dawes Eddy’s arms while preparing him for brain and heart testing June 1, shortly after his return to Spokane from his conquest of Mount Everest.
Nov. 8, 2009 in City on Page A1
His brain began to atrophy. His blood thickened and his muscles shrank. And then his heart began to fail.
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