Tonya Robinson lends support to federal action on aneurysms

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What do you do when you’re given a new lease on life? A Hudsonville woman is using hers to try to help others who suffer from brain aneurysms. Tonya Robinson had surgery to remove a brain aneurysm in 2016. Her symptoms began with a headache. Her surgery employed a new technique using a “Pipeline device.” …

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Sen. Markey Supports BAF

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Friday evening, March 31st, the Foundation honored WCVB’s Bob Halloran and Bill Fine, along with BAF founder Dr. Chistopher Ogilvy for their efforts to raise awareness of brain aneurysm disease. Senator Edward Markey, although unable to attend the celebration, sent a heart-felt letter to kick-off the evening’s events. We are grateful for Senator Markey’s continued …

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Brain Aneurysm Foundation Hosts Congressional Advocacy Day to Support Passage of Ellies Law for Brain Aneurysm Research

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The Brain Aneurysm Foundation will lead a delegation made up of 100 brain aneurysm survivors, family members of those affected by the disease, advocates and medical professionals from around the country for a Congressional Advocacy Day on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. The effort set forth is to raise awareness of brain aneurysm disease and to …

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Bob Halloran honored at Brain Aneurysm Foundation event

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The Brain Aneurysm Foundation held its first annual Champion Awards on Friday night, honoring WCVB sportscaster and brain aneurysm survivor Bob Halloran, Dr. Christopher Ogilvy, and WCVB president and general manager Bill Fine at the UMass Club downtown. Read more here.