1 in 50 in MN

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My mother, Mona Ann Boesen, passed away unexpectedly from a ruptured brain aneurysm at the age of 59, on September 3, 2013. My Mom never suffered from bad headaches that we know of. A few of my immediate family members remember my Mom complaining of a few random headaches a few weeks prior to her …

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Aneurysm Leads to New Career

Categories: Research
Frank Garcea was 17 years old and excited to soon begin his senior year of high school in Rochester, New York, where he played on the soccer team. One hot July day, he and some fellow teammates were playing soccer for fun when Frank experienced a pounding headache and pain radiating up the back of …

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BAF Welcomes Kevan Miller

Categories: News
The Brain Aneurysm Foundation announced that Boston Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller (#86) has become its official spokesperson. In this role, Kevan, 29, will help raise awareness about brain aneurysms through attendance at select BAF events, on traditional and social media, and other outreach efforts. “Kevan represents the determination, resourcefulness, and commitment shown by so many …

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