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It’s been almost a week since Scott Quiner was rescued from Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, Minnesota and flown to Texas to be treated by a doctor who isn’t eager to kill him.
There’s still a long road to recovery, but we’re very hopeful that with real care Scott will eventually wake up and even join the Stew Peters Show as a guest.
His wife Anne has become a regular on the show and joined Stew on Thursday to provide a praise report on his condition.
“I actually feel like he went from the worst doctors to the absolute best doctors in the United States,” Anne Quiner told Stew Peters. “He’s still very critically ill, but they are saying they are going to do everything they can do to save his life.”
“God is all over this, his hands are all over this situation, and he’s already used Scott,” Stew Peters warmly shared with Anne.
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