You are the Champions

Categories: Blog
Another awareness month gone by, year-end initiatives around the corner, and 2017 looming with much work to be done for the disease of brain aneurysms. As always the Brain Aneurysm Foundation is ever thankful to all of our supporters in whatever capacity your support may come. Each of you plays a role in all of …

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The MASH Study

Categories: Research
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 scientifically test whether periodic online cognitive exercises (administered through Lumosity) …

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Brain Aneurysm Awareness

Categories: Blog
Brain aneurysms can be devastating problems – for both our patients, who are immediately affected, and their families and loved ones. The diagnosis of a brain aneurysm occurring in the family raises all sorts of questions and concerns – often the family history gets recounted, scrutinized, and questioned in an attempt to extrapolate the risk …

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