Bryan Stow, Beaten Giants Fan, Speaks Publicly for First Time Tonight

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Bryan Stow speaks
It's hard to believe that it has been nine months since San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow was viciously beaten outside Dodger Stadium, leaving him in a coma that forever changed his life. After following the ups and downs of his tragic story, readers will have a chance to hear the 42-year-old speak for the first time in an interview that will air tonight.

Last week, NBC chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman aired a snippet of her interview with Stow, who is seen wearing a Giants 2010 World Series championship T-shirt. Stow, who suffered severe brain trauma, is not yet able to walk on his own, and he is learning how to speak again. His doctors say it is unlikely he will ever be a practicing paramedic again.

This video after the jump shows Stow asking Snyderman how she is doing. It's great to see Stow making progress.

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Watch the full interview tonight at 10p/9c on NBC's Rock Center.

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