Stroke: it’s personal for Mal

Updated June 28 2018 - 1:19pm, first published December 29 2017 - 12:00am
GIVING BACK  – Dubbo's Mal Norton said he would be dead if it wasn’t for the work of the Stroke Foundation.  Photo: Jennifer Hoar/ Daily Liberal
GIVING BACK  – Dubbo's Mal Norton said he would be dead if it wasn’t for the work of the Stroke Foundation. Photo: Jennifer Hoar/ Daily Liberal

HE may be a self-styled yobbo from Dubbo, but Mal Norton knows more than a thing or two about one of Australia’s biggest killers – stroke.

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