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“Those two months can be a long time to be patient, and incredibly hard to be patient,” Allison McRae, Allan’s wife, said last month.

Allan’s recovery has had a profound impact on some of the children of the patients at National Spinal Injury Center, the Brain and Spine Tumor Center at the Sunnybrook Hospital and the Hospital for Sick Children.

“I think everybody here is pretty fortunate that it’s not a family member that’s here,” said Dr. Paul Goldenberg, the director of the National Spinal Injury Center. “All of us feel the impact of the patient’s injuries.”

McRae, 37, was taking pictures of two young Afghan children who spoke little English near the Kandahar Airfield in November 2008. McRae was hit in the back of the head by a shrapnel grenade that one of the children was throwing, and he is now a quadriplegic.

He did not die, and although he remains in a coma, McRae is awake, alert and has been able to communicate with doctors. Because the injury was to the back of the head, he has never regained sight.

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Following his injury, McRae spent 10 months at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center before he was moved to the spinal injury center for rehabilitation.

McRae tried to recover in Newmarket, Ont., where he had lived before joining the army, but he became less able to live there.

His wife, who remained in Toronto, had been hoping that he would be better at Sunnybrook Hospital where medical staff have better access to him. But the paralysis has been more severe than expected.

He has been able to blink, moan and open his eyes. After his brain was removed because of swelling, Allan could not remember his name. He is able to communicate with his wife by pressing different buttons on a remote control and his wife types his replies.

The bulk of McRae’s medical care has been