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Brain aneurysm ruptures show no bias or prejudice, impacting people of all genders, ages, ethnicities or social status.
Marrying dedication, hope and scientific advancements, we can live in a world where brain aneurysms can be found prior to rupture so that lives will be saved and the devastation they cause eliminated.
People in the United States that have a brain aneurysm.
Ruptured brain aneurysms are fatal in 50% of cases.
Deaths worldwide each year caused by brain aneurysms
There is a brain aneurysm rupturing every 18 minutes
The Federal government spends only $2.08 per year on research for each person affected.
The sudden loss of Jennifer Sedney to a ruptured brain aneurysm at the age of 27 sparked an outpouring of support and disbelief of the lack of resources dedicated to preventing brain aneurysms….and thus The Bee Foundation was born. Fostering a vibrant research community, establishing trusted donor relationships, and cultivating a network of affected families, the Bee Foundation has evolved into a global community dedicated to our cause.
A DECADE OF PROGRESS
The Bee Foundation for Brain Aneurysm Prevention was founded in 2014 with the singular focus of preventing brain aneurysms before they rupture. Research, Awareness, Advocacy and Support have been the driving forces and this has been made possible due to the strength of our community.
$3.5M Raised for Brain Aneurysm Prevention
16 Preventative Research Grants
4K+ Awareness Social Media Posts
300+ Meetings with Congress
100+ Virtual Support Meetings
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