I would like to nominate my daughter Jenniffer because she is a very unlikely candidate to have a stroke. This came as a surprise to all of us, including her Doctors.
My older sister, Rachel, followed all the right paths: she graduated from Hollins University, pursued her educational specialist degree, married her college sweetheart, and once her career was esta
Allison Hooker is the Stroke Navigator at Forsyth Medical Center who provides education to 120 Stroke/TIA patients each month.
My husband, Jeff, suffered a massive stroke while on business in Michigan in April of 2008.
I am a married thirty-nine year old mother of two young boys (6 yrs and 4 yrs) who is approaching my 25 year anniversary since having a stroke at age 15 years old.
In March of 2005, Kathrynne Sarti owned her own boutique hotel and was president of the local chamber of commerce. A young widow, she was working hard and planning for her retirement.
Blanette Wright awoke one morning with numbness on her right side.
On November 10, 2001 my husband's life and my life was changed forever. He had a massive brain hemorrhage and was not expected to live.
My daughter had a stroke 3 years ago at 29; didn't smoke, exercised, didn't drink--all the right things. Her daughter was 4 and her son 1 when she had it.
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