Last week I was contacted by the Morgantown, WV newspaper, The Dominion Post, for a story they wanted to run on Ryan. The newspaper apparently follows my website and read last weeks post, IBRF Neurologist: Ryan Voluntarily Responds, where I wrote about the doctor telling me he believes Ryan is responding. If I recall correctly, it was Friday that I spoke to the newspaper. I found out yesterday that the article ran on the front page on Sunday.
Here is an excerpt from the beginning of the article. Since I don’t want to break any copyright laws, just click on the “Read Entire Article” button after the excerpt to see the full story. It is well done and worth reading.
Ryan Diviney Improving
Dad: Doctor said son is voluntarily responding
BY BRANDY BRUBAKER The Dominion Post
Ken Diviney isn’t one to jump to conclusions. He’s always hesitant to read too much into perceived improvements his son, Ryan, may or may not be making in his battle to shake the vegetative state he’s been in for three years now.
Although it may seem sometimes that Ryan is responding in some small way, Ken also knows some things that look like reactions might be coincidence.
And he never wants to get his hopes up. But lately, others have noticed a difference in Ryan. Even Ken is cautiously excited.[button color=”blue” background=”#COLOR_CODE” size=”large” src=”http://ee.dominionpost.com/Repository/ml.asp?Ref=RFBvc3QvMjAxMy8wMS8yMCNBcjAwMTA3&Mode=GIF&Locale=english-skin-custom”]Read Entire Article[/button]
This article was well-received. It brought even more readers to this website. People are emailing me. Texting me. Reaching out to me. It’s a wonderful thing that Ryan’s story continues to grow. Yes, he remains relevant. As does his attackers.