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Another Health Issue for Bret Michaels

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Former Poison lead vocalist Bret Michaels is now dealing with the effects of a corneal ulcer due to an infection in his eye.  It all happened during Spring Break in Panama City, FL after he was accidently hit with a glass during an impromptu nightclub appearance.  After a free show of three or four songs, Bret exited the building only to be hit by the glass.  Instead of seeking medical attention, Michaels said he decided to try eye drops.  A week later, he finally decided to visit a doctor and find out what was wrong.  It has not been Bret’s year.

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