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Rabbi Ronnie Cahana (Ronnie David Zische Cahana, born November 15, 1953) is a noted American rabbi who suffered a severe brain stem stroke that left him with Locked-in syndrome. Throughout his illness he continued to communicate his spiritual messages and sermons through blinking. He is the son of Hungarian Holocaust survivor and abstract painter Alice Lok Cahana.
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