The Brain Aneurysm Foundation is the globally recognized leader in brain aneurysm awareness, education, support, advocacy and research funding.
Our Mission…To promote early detection of brain aneurysms by providing knowledge and raising awareness of the signs, symptoms and risk factors. Work with the medical communities to provide support networks for patients and families, as well as to further research that will improve patient outcomes and save lives.
We facilitate and offer support groups for survivors and all those affected by brain aneurysms. We also provide support and share information online.Learn More
Tell Congress to Put Brain Aneurysm Awareness on the Map. You can help declare September as National Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month!Learn More
We strive to provide a variety of educational resource material and services for all impacted by a brain aneurysm through print material, online resources and webinars.Learn More
We work with the medical communities to provide support networks for patients and families, as well as to further research that will improve patient outcomes and save lives.Learn More
Research is being done today to save lives tomorrow. The Brain Aneurysm Foundation is funding essential research that can directly benefit those affected.Learn More
As many of you know, an estimated six million Americans have a brain aneurysm. The numbers are startling when you know the facts: 1 in 50 people has a brain aneurysm Women are more likely than men to have an aneurysm by a 3:2 ratio …
For many aneurysm patients, memory problems persist despite a recovery in physical function. This can be disabling and interfere with daily life. Currently, there are no proven, effective or accessible treatment options available. The Memory training in Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Patients (MASH) study aims to …
My 1 in 50 Story by Beth Deuer “I got her in the wheelchair,” are the last words I remember hearing early on Wednesday, August 19, 2015, before an approximately forty-eight hour black hole in my memory. What I remember next is waking up in a …