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In 1981, Dr. Leslie Rosenthal was suddenly struck by a severe headache during the Yom Kippur services. Further tests indicated that he was suffering from an aneurysm behind his eye. Running out of options, his rabbi convinced him to write to the Rebbe detailing his ailments. The Rebbe’s answer startled him, as well as his doctors. (1981)
Lubavitcher Rebbe
Nothing Wrong
Disc 160, Program 637

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