Cheryl’s Journey (A night not like any other night)

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Meet Cheryl & Scott… A loving, hard working couple and parents of three awesome kids who are now all grown… 10 years ago this August, their lives were very suddenly changed forever. Join us here each Tuesday afternoon to hear about Cheryl’s Journey… It was a beautiful summer night, much like any other night. The workday …

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Building Awareness, Congressional Awareness

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Building awareness. It’s been an ongoing endeavor that has no end. As we all know, increased awareness of the risks, signs and symptoms of brain aneurysms—by all—is so critically necessary in order to save lives. Building awareness around the general public is not enough. It seems as though, despite all of our inpidual and collective …

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Clipping or Coiling of Ruptured Aneurysms-Which is Better?

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Ruptured aneurysms are treated with either microsurgical clipping or endovascular coiling in order to prevent the aneurysm from rupturing again. While aneurysm clipping has been a mainstay of treatment for many decades, the introduction of coiling in the 1990’s has evolved into an accepted and popular treatment method. Some of the major questions raised with …

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