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Trish C
A Survivor

My husband had a stroke on October 26, 2008. He was unable to use his left arm, walk, and his speech was affected. The stroke occurred in Las Vegas while at a office products trade show.

Jeff R
A Survivor

I will be celebrating my 10 year anniversary this year on February 17th. Since my stroke I have taken up running and have ran 31 half marathons, 14 marathons and an ultra-marathon.

Hankyu C
A Healthcare Professional or Support Group

i am an internist, who was in good physical shape. i used to run >20miles/week, played tennis, and was very physically fit.

Memory S
A Survivor

At the age of 32 I was diagnosed with a 6 1/2 inch superior saginal sinus thrombosis in my brain.When they Retavased it, I had 3 hemorrhagic strokes.

Martin M
A Survivor

I never thought that i would be writing about myself in terms of having a stroke, because i always looked at myself as a healthy 46 year old man, but after having a stroke 2 days before my birthday

Konnie N
A Caregiver or Family Member

My mom and dad happily had retired totally to Florida in 1998 from New England-previously they were snowbirds.

Patti G
A Survivor

My journey with cavernous malformations, CM's, throughout my brain began in 1987 when I presented with a first-time generalized seizure secondary to a brain hemorrhage from a CM.

Erin R
A Survivor

When students graduate this Spring I will be among them. I am 33-years old, a stroke survivor, and will be receiving my Ph.D. from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Betty M
A Healthcare Professional or Support Group

I don't want to mislead you, because my experience with stroke was actually a TIA that occurred suddenly one evening and fortunately left no permanent deficits after running its course for abo


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