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Brain aneurysm patient puts pen to paper

In 2017, Megan Bacigalupo survived a near-fatal brain hemorrhage, while riding a bike. She shared her story several years ago.

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May is stroke awareness month

Although sometimes it seems the world has stopped and everything is focused on the world of COVID-19, strokes don’t care. They still happen.

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Having a voice when disease cuts it short

May is Better Hearing & Speech Month – a time to celebrate speech-language pathologists and the field in which they practice.

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Local writer thanks and apologizes to neurosurgery team and ICU nurses

I was hospitalized September 20, 2017 after suffering from a subarachnoid ruptured aneurysm and stroke. I spent two weeks in the ICU.

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Read Sten’s Story

Think strokes just happen to seniors? A stroke was the last thing healthy Sten Anderson thought would happen to him at the young age of 24.

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Think F.A.S.T. – educate yourself about the symptoms of a stroke

It is often thought strokes only happen to older people. A stroke can happen at any age. In fact, stroke is on the rise in adults age 25-55.

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