After undergoing emergency heart surgery as a result of a severe cardiac problem, former New Zealand allrounder Chris Cairns has spoken out about his experiences for the first time in public. A video shared on Twitter by the 51-year-old stated that he was “grateful to be here,” but that he still had a “very, long journey ahead of him.”
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“I experienced a Type A aortic dissection only about six weeks ago, which basically means there is a rip in one of my heart’s arteries,” he said in the video message. “I underwent many operations and grafts, and the doctors were able to preserve the heart itself, which was a huge relief.”
“Thank you as much for all of the good wishes that have been given to Mel, my wife, and myself via the mail. “It was uplifting, humbling, and really one of a kind.”
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