Sharon Epperson’s Story

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CNBC’s Sharon Epperson recently returned to her TV career after an unexpected yearlong medical leave following her ruptured brain aneurysm. Megyn Kelly sits down with CNBC’s Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson to discuss how she survived a medical emergency and avoided a medical financial crisis.   Tune in as Sharon will join Megyn Kelly TODAY on Thursday, November …

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BAF Welcomes Kevan Miller

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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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2017 Research Grant Awards

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The Brain Aneurysm Foundation has awarded $445,000 in research grants to 14 recipients whose work is impacting a disease that affects one in 50 people in the United States, often leading to death or lifelong disability. Since its inception, the foundation has distributed more than $2.1 million in research grants with funds raised exclusively from …

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Jeffrey Harvey Joins Board

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We are pleased to announce that Jeffrey B. Harvey of Buffalo, New York, has joined the Brain Aneurysm Foundation Board of Directors. Mr. Harvey is the CFO of Tonus Therapeutics, a biotech company in Williamsville, New York whose goal is the development of drugs that are active for diseases that involve biomechanics. The primary target …

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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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