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Roller Derby Author Cheats Death a Second Time

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Reported by Bay City Bombers, Tim Patten (a.k.a. D. M. Bordner), author of the 1950's tell all novel titled Roller Babes has been released from Davies Regional Rehabilitation Center to home care after having been hospitalized with a six week battle against a rare dysfunction known as Miller Fischer Syndrome; left untreated, Miller Fischer shuts down all neurological muscular functions until the patient expires.

Tim Patten's condition was caught in time by a team of Stanford neurological specialists, treated and recovery is well underway.

Two years ago, just before the published release of Roller Babes, Mr. Patten was placed on Hospice and given less than six months to live. Experimental treatment brought him back from this grave situation too.

Having beaten the odds twice Mr. Patten said, "I have been given a third lease on life. These struggles have proven to me how sweet and beautiful life is."

The author went on to say, "I am filled with gratitude and inspiration."

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