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January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron talks to French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration of the Station... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron talks to French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration of the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
FRANCE-POLITICS/
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January 26, 2023 
French Armed Forces Minister Sebastien Lecornu talks with French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French Armed Forces Minister Sebastien Lecornu talks with French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration of the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron looks on French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron looks on French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
FRANCE-POLITICS/
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January 26, 2023 
French First Lady Brigitte Macron looks on French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French First Lady Brigitte Macron looks on French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron talks with French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron talks with French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron talks with French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron talks with French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
FRANCE-POLITICS/
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January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron and French First Lady Brigitte Macron, and her daughter Tiphaine Auziere... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron and French First Lady Brigitte Macron, and her daughter Tiphaine Auziere attend the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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RTSFJZ9L 
January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron looks on French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron looks on French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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RTSFJZ7Q 
January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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RTSFJZ7P 
January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron and French First Lady Brigitte Macron attend the inauguration the Station... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron and French First Lady Brigitte Macron attend the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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RTSFJZ7N 
January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTSFJZ5M 
January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTSFJZ5P 
January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron talks to French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron talks to French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTSFJZ5O 
January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTSFJZ41 
January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration of the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration of the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTSFJZ2E 
January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron looks on French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron looks on French soldier Sulayman during the inauguration the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
FRANCE-POLITICS/
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January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron, French soldier Sulayman and French First Lady Brigitte Macron inaugurate... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron, French soldier Sulayman and French First Lady Brigitte Macron inaugurate the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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January 26, 2023 
French President Emmanuel Macron, French First Lady Brigitte Macron and her daughter Tiphaine Auziere... 
Paris, France 
French President Emmanuel Macron visits the Station Debout centre, in Paris 
French President Emmanuel Macron, French First Lady Brigitte Macron and her daughter Tiphaine Auziere stand during inauguration of the Station Debout centre, a medical rehabilitation centre with standing position exoskeletons for patients with neurological deficits, in Paris, France, 26 January 2023. Yoan Valat/Pool via REUTERS 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy session with neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino helps Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, touch a ball... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino helps Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, touch a ball with her impaired foot during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy session with neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022.Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino treats her at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino treats her at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, laughs with occupational therapist Jesus Berdial during a session at Casaverde... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, laughs with occupational therapist Jesus Berdial during a session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno laugh as they carry out a therapy session... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno laugh as they carry out a therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "ItÕs a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, IÕve had to take on responsibilities before my time, IÕve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says RedondoÕs 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno embrace as Redondo gets ready to go home... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno embrace as Redondo gets ready to go home after her round of daily therapy sessions at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "Pilar is incredibly resilient and she always has the best attitude. That's very important for her recovery process" says Moreno. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, leaves with her husband after her daily round of therapy at Casaverde Neurological... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, leaves with her husband after her daily round of therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, rides an elevator in her wheelchair on her way to one of her therapy sessions... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, rides an elevator in her wheelchair on her way to one of her therapy sessions of the day at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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November 30, 2021 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, brushes her teeth at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, brushes her teeth at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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November 30, 2021 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, works with physiotherapist Juan Daniel Diaz at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, works with physiotherapist Juan Daniel Diaz at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. “I think it’s important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation”, Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. “I’m a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on”. Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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November 30, 2021 
Occupational therapist Queen Emega helps Victoria Jimenez, 53, put on her sunglasses at Casaverde Neurological... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Occupational therapist Queen Emega helps Victoria Jimenez, 53, put on her sunglasses at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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November 30, 2021 
Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, carry out a therapy session at Casaverde... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, carry out a therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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November 30, 2021 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, sets her cane aside as she gets ready for breakfast at Casaverde Neurological and... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, sets her cane aside as she gets ready for breakfast at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, carry out a therapy session at Casaverde... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, carry out a therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, laugh at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, laugh at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, laugh as they avoid an electrician working... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, laugh as they avoid an electrician working as they walk at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Victoria Jimenez, 53, takes part in a therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, takes part in a therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Victoria Jimenez, 53, cuts an apple as Josefa Dominguez looks on during lunch at Casaverde Neurological... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, cuts an apple as Josefa Dominguez looks on during lunch at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Victoria Jimenez, 53, rests in her bedroom after lunch at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, rests in her bedroom after lunch at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, are reflected on a vending machine as they... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Occupational therapist Queen Emega and Victoria Jimenez, 53, are reflected on a vending machine as they walk to a therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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November 30, 2021 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, eats lunch at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero,... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, eats lunch at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Victoria Jimenez, 53, removes her sweater before lying down to rest in her bedroom at Casaverde Neurological... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, removes her sweater before lying down to rest in her bedroom at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I’m a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Occupational therapist Queen Emega leads Victoria Jimenez, 53, to her therapy session at Casaverde Neurological... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Occupational therapist Queen Emega leads Victoria Jimenez, 53, to her therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Victoria Jimenez, 53, touches the wall to find her bearings at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, touches the wall to find her bearings at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I’m a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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A sticker is stuck on a banister so Victoria Jimenez, who is visually impaired, can identify her bedroom... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
A sticker is stuck on a banister so Victoria Jimenez, who is visually impaired, can identify her bedroom by touching it at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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A TV is reflected on the sunglasses of Victoria Jimenez, 53, as she has breakfast at Casaverde Neurological... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
A TV is reflected on the sunglasses of Victoria Jimenez, 53, as she has breakfast at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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Victoria Jimenez, 53, opens the window to her bedroom at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation... 
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Spanish visually impaired woman achieves autonomy through therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical... 
Victoria Jimenez, 53, opens the window to her bedroom at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, November 30, 2021. Jimenez, who became blind at the age of 38 due to brain damage, receives daily therapy at the center to improve her ability to do every day tasks and to achieve more personal autonomy. "I think it's important that people understand what we are going through. Anyone can become dependent at any moment in their lives. Healthcare is a human right, everybody should be able to get it, for as long as needed and regardless of their financial situation", Jimenez says. December 3 marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities around the world. Jimenez feels grateful for having the support of the professionals who help her. "I'm a survivor, I have faced many challenges in my life and it has been incredibly hard. But being around people who care for me gives me the optimism I need to carry on". Picture taken November 30, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional... 
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Vaccination with AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, in Belgium 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre of the CHU hospital, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Fraiture, Belgium February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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February 12, 2021 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional... 
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Vaccination with AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, in Belgium 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre of the CHU hospital, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Fraiture, Belgium February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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February 12, 2021 
A box AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines is seen at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre... 
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AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine amid COVID-19 outbreak in Belgium 
A box AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines is seen at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre of the CHU hospital, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Fraiture, Belgium February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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February 12, 2021 
A box AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines is seen at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre... 
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AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine amid COVID-19 outbreak in Belgium 
A box AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines is seen at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre of the CHU hospital, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Fraiture, Belgium February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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February 12, 2021 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional... 
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Vaccination with AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, in Belgium 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre of the CHU hospital, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Fraiture, Belgium February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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February 12, 2021 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional... 
Fraiture, Belgium 
Vaccination with AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, in Belgium 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre of the CHU hospital, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Fraiture, Belgium February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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February 12, 2021 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation... 
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AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine amid COVID-19 outbreak in Belgium 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre of the CHU hospital, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Fraiture, Belgium February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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February 12, 2021 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation... 
Fraiture, Belgium 
AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine amid COVID-19 outbreak in Belgium 
A medical worker prepares a dose of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine at the Neurological and Functional Rehabilitation Centre of the CHU hospital, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Fraiture, Belgium February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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