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Sally R
A Caregiver or Family Member

On February 21, 2014 I took my 13 year old to school just like any other day.

Stacey K
A Survivor

March 7, 2005 started off a normal day. It would end abnormally for me. I awoke normally, no problems.

Candra K
A Survivor

I woke up puking my brains out. I was nine years old and I knew instantly that something was wrong. I quickly realized I couldn't use my right arm and I was throwing up all over my bed.

M K
A Caregiver or Family Member

July, 2015 will make one year since my mother had a ischemic stroke.  Today she is speaking very well but still having some difficulty standing on her own.

Linda S
A Survivor

Saturday, July 12, 2014 started out like any other normal day.

Michelle L
A Survivor

In October 2004, I was diagnosed with Moyamoya Disease which is a rare vascular brain disease.

Kim B
A Survivor

2004 - 33 yrs old.   Suffered my 1st stroke at home witnessed by my 3 yr old son.  My 1 yr old was in bed.  First stroke was caused by a

Sarah W
A Survivor

I was in great health. I was 28, a wildlife biologist and wildland firefighter, and was on a detail in Idaho fighting a wildland fire with my crew.

BryAnn Z
A Survivor

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