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Natalia R
A Caregiver or Family Member

My mother, Mary Lou Chapa, was a nurse caring for the health of others and unfortunately seemed to put hers aside which lead to her suffering a ruptured brain aneurysm in December 2008.

Beth M
A Survivor

Gloria suffered a hemorrhagic stroke in January 1994, at the age of 68.

Francis M
A Survivor

As a retired Special Agent of the FBI, I am in my second career as a high school math teacher. I had a stroke on 10/14/10, minutes before I was to leave for work.

Lesley F
A Caregiver or Family Member

Barely 47. Three weeks after my high school graduation all my mother and I could think about was what color to have our toes painted for my college orientation.

Carrie O

Cassidy has been dealing with the residual effects of stroke since she was born. She has come a long way in her young life.

Cathie W
A Survivor

It is crazy how fast your life can change in a matter of minutes. I was laying on the couch and started sneezing and that is how i had my stroke.

Kellie R
A Survivor

Kellie suffered a massive left-brain stroke on Nov 11,2009, at age 32.

Julie D
A Survivor

Fay had a stroke some 17 years ago at the age of 49 which affected her left side of her body. At that time, she was an LPN at an area nursing home and loved her job.

Kristi O
A Survivor

Bob Miller does a phenomenal job at providing stroke support everyday. He had a bleed in 06 and a clot in one of his hemispheres also.


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