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Rick R
A Survivor

I'm a male, age 47 and was gifted a stroke on 11/9/2015.  

I was at work and wrapping things up.  I knew I had not eaten since early in the morning so when I became light headed I just thought it was a normal sugar plunge.  I'm not diabetic, never diagnosed with high blood pressure, cholesterol was getting better...

Xavier Z
A Survivor

October 2014 our lives would change forever.  My son (who was 5 at the time) at bed time all of a sudden had a horrible headache, started vomiting and was falling to the right when he tried to walk

Michael F
A Survivor

Five years ago, I had a stroke.

Carolyn H
A Survivor

Some know my story however everyone needs to understand the importance of stroke awareness.

Daina T
A Survivor

It was a dark, rainy evening December of 1999. My parents left, leaving my younger sister and I with our older sister to babysit.

Holli H
A Survivor

August 31st, 2011, started out like any other Wednesday at work...until about mid-morning, when I got a sharp pain in the left side of my head and I dropped the pen I was holding from my right hand

Kirstin V
A Survivor

The scariest thing when having a stroke is not knowing what's happening, but knowing that something is very wrong.

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