Rita Skertich Run for Research
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Support Group

What Is The Brain Aneurysm Support Hive?

Here at the Bee Foundation our mission is to raise awareness of brain aneurysms and increase funding for innovative research that changes lives. We created this group for survivors, caregivers, and support systems of those impacted by brain aneurysms, to have a safe space to connect and share their journey.
In this group, we encourage you to share your stories, photos, music, questions and concerns! We will also be sharing relevant information, updates and much more.
Join our hive NOW!

Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month Meetings

This month, we will get together twice, to discuss topics that are real and relevant.
Topics Include:
September 14th – Social circle, groups, and communities that help!

September 28th – Acceptance and Hope

Join us for our discussions over Zoom! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

What’s Your Why?

We WANT TO KNOW YOUR WHY! What is the extra thing that keeps you going when you want to give up? For us it is the memory of Jenny and each and every life that has been impacted by brain aneurysms which continues to drive our mission to prevent brain aneuerysms! Share your voice to spread awareness and tell us “”What’s Your Why?””

✔️ Take a short video telling us why you support Brain Aneurysm prevention

✔️ Post it on social media & Tag @thebeefoundation

✔️ Tag & challenge a friend to WYW4BA

We will be sharing these videos this SEPTEMBER for BRAIN ANEURYSM AWARNESS MONTH! 🧠 #WYW4BA

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We are excited to announce that Jan-Karl Burkhardt, MD, Assistant Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery at the Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania. We are thrilled to have Jan join our incredible Scientific Advisory Board and to have him right in our backyard. Stay tuned for our “Interview with Jan.”

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