The Awareness Express

Categories: News, Other

Starting a new year is always exciting. New beginnings. New initiatives. New goals. I am truly excited for what 2016 will bring for the Brain Aneurysm Foundation. This excitement extendsfrom a busy and productive end to 2015. In January we will be completing three separate awareness projects. One is an early detection video for medical …

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Progesterone Ameliorates Cerebral Vasospasm and Improves Outcomes in a Rodent Model of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Categories: News, Research
   Written by Gustavo Pradilla, MD, Emory University Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) comprises 5% of all stroke types and is associated with severe morbidity and mortality. Growing evidence suggests that progesterone, a potent neurosteroid, can improve recovery after an acute brain injury by reducing inflammation, oxidative stress damage, brain swelling, and by preventing neuronal death. The …

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All for One and One for All

Categories: Blog

Christine Buckley, Executive Director Brain Aneurysm Foundation Since the inception of the Brain Aneurysm Foundation in 1994, one thing that has remained constant throughout the past 21 years, is the foundation represents ALL touched by a brain aneurysm. The cause itself, is greater than any ONE. And it has been each ONE of you that …

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The Case for a Virtual Brain Aneurysm Clinic

Categories: Blog
By: Brandon K Root MD and Robert J Singer MD Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Telemedicine, which is the use of telecommunication technology to provide medical care, has become increasingly important in today’s healthcare system. This has been enabled by rapid advances in mobile technology. One important concept within the field of …

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Applying for Social Security Benefits after a Brain Aneurysm

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Deanna Power Community Outreach Manager Social Security Disability Help drp@ssd-help.org  857-366-7629  A brain aneurysm or stroke can leave you unable perform many day-to-day activities as well as typical job functions. While you may recover some of your abilities with time, in the interim, you need to pay for medical expenses, cover bills, and pay for …

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