Mona Randolph, polio survivor, says her iron lung is a “relief”

For 36 years, Mona Randolph, 82, has slept six nights per week in a 75-year-old, 700-pound and 6-foot-long iron machine . She couldn't breathe without it.
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For 36 years, Mona Randolph, 82, has slept six nights per week in a 75-year-old, 700-pound and 6-foot-long iron machine . She couldn't breathe without it.

It began with a headache: KC polio survivor is one of last iron lung users in U.S.

August 19, 2018 05:30 AM