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Amber V
A Survivor

My story starts on a softball field in 2004 at age 14. My symptoms are as followed: sick to my stomach, brain freeze, ringing in ears, ability to walk, and slurred speech.

Raphael D
A Survivor

It was the summer of 2014. My small, seasonal business was booming and our young family of four was joyously expecting a new addition.

Lee S
A Survivor

survivor.” This is how I usually begin many of my conversation now-a-days with friends, family, and other stroke victims.

Angela  W
A Healthcare Professional or Support Group

I am a therapist in Tennessee that had the fortunate (yes fortunate) experience of having a stroke.  Why was it fortunate?

Kenneth Y
A Survivor

It was the morning of August 10 woke up and went to wash my face and was dizzy and speech was way off felt like I was on drugs and I don't drink or do drugs went to work and felt the same way all d

Stefanie  C
A Survivor

I'm writing this story following a 30-minute walk and 20-minute elliptical session at the gym.

Gina M
A Survivor

It was around Noon on July 25, 2016 when I felt something in my throat that I tried to clear it and a strange sound came out like a dying dog.  I shook it off and then I started hiccupping and my a

A Caregiver or Family Member

My wife Julie suffered a stroke that affected the entire right side of her body — from the top of her head all the way to her feet.

Brenda R
A Survivor

Hi, I'm Brenda and I'm 54.

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