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It was almost unheard of for someone to survive my condition - the main artery in my heart had fallen apart - and in the next six months I saw so many doctors who gave such conflicting advice that I felt lost.My cardiology nurse saved me - she told me to listen to my instincts and choose one consultant I felt I could talk to and who would take the time to listen to me.When Western medicine failed to restore his hands, Strange embarked on a journey that led him to the Masters of the Mystic Arts as well as the discovery of magic and alternate dimensions, being trained by the Ancient One and Karl Mordo.Though his focus was healing his hands, Strange learned more about the mystic arts and soon helped the Masters prevent Kaecilius and the Zealots from merging Earth with the Dark Dimension, but not before witnessing the death of the Ancient One.When travelling without companions, the weight of being the last Time Lord became much more pronounced.

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However, when he had to engage in conflict, the Tenth Doctor's energies would shift toward heroism to reveal a fiercely protective man who resolutely guarded what he held dear, and who could be viciously unforgiving to the forces that dared menace them.

He was unique in that he was the only incarnation of the Doctor who chose to waste and abort one of his regenerations, leaving him with just one left, after being hit by a Dalek ray, channelling the energy into his spare hand without changing his appearance, something his successor would attribute to "vanity issues" the Tenth Doctor had developed from enjoying being in his current incarnation.

During this hour I was able to share my full story, and show him my medical reports and records (I'd asked for a copy of these from the hospital and had paid around £30 to get them all printed, but at least I had them in my possession, so again it was worth the money).

When I realised he was indeed the cardio-man for me, I asked if he'd be prepared to take my on as an NHS patient - he agreed and I informed my GP and phoned my previous cardiologists' secretary to have my records transferred.