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Two months after a double lung transplant, Lodi's Alicia Brogle is breathing on her own and eager to take on life

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Posted: Friday, September 11, 2009 10:00 pm

Alicia Brogle stares out the window of her single bedroom apartment, laughing at the black squirrel she's named Mirkwood, "Mirk" for short.

"They go nuts over banana chips and almonds," she says, pointing at the four-legged pseudo-pet creeping across her balcony on the one bedrooom apartment across the street from Stanford Medical Center.

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