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Google's Larry Page says vocal cord paralysis won't impede him

Google chief executive Larry Page disclosed a health condition that can result in hoarse speech and laboured breathing, though according to doctors won’t impede him from running the Web-search provider.

15th May, 2013
Larry Page: "overall I am feeling very lucky.”

Google chief executive Larry Page disclosed a health condition that can result in hoarse speech and laboured breathing, though according to doctors won’t impede him from running the Web-search provider.

Page wrote in a blog post yesterday that he’s been diagnosed with left vocal cord paralysis, a condition that affects movement of the left vocal cord.

The malady can make it hard for the Google co-founder to exercise at peak capacity...

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