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New Device Offers Hope for People With a Brain Aneurysm

As many as five million Americans have a brain aneurysm; a weakened, enlarged section of blood vessel in the brain, and because there are often no symptoms, many people don’t know they have them until it is too late. Researchers are now testing a minimally-invasive treatment that eliminates the deadly risk of the aneurysm bleeding …

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#HeadStandforMallory Raises Over $1,000 for Brain Aneurysm Research & Awareness

Mary Brewer recently reached out to The Bee Foundation to share the story of her daughter, Mallory Brewer, and the wonderful life she lived that was ended too soon by a ruptured brain aneurysm. Read on to learn more about Mallory Brewer and what you can do to support brain aneurysm research and awareness, as …

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Brain Aneurysms – Information from Mount Sinai Hospital

A brain aneurysm (sometimes called cerebral aneurysm) is an abnormal bulging or ballooning portion of a weakened blood vessel that is located in the brain. The larger the bulging becomes, the more likely the brain aneurysm will bleed into and around the brain. When brain aneurysms bleed, they cause sudden death in half of the …

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