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Capacity Crowd of 150 TBF Advocates in Connecticut Raise $4,200 For Brain Aneurysm Research

Thank you to all of our supporters in Connecticut for a hosting a wonderful event in support of Brain Aneurysm Research! A capacity crowd filled Gallo restaurant on October 22 for The Bee Foundation’s first Ridgefield, CT Awareness Event.  The “guest bartender” event attracted over 150 people and raised $4200 for The Bee Foundation (TBF) – double …

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The Bee Foundation Featured in REDBOOK MAGAZINE – November 2015 Issue

We are deeply grateful to Redbook Magazine and Jessica Press for writing a full page story about The Bee Foundation in support of our efforts to elevate awareness of Brain Aneurysms and raise funding to support life saving research. REDBOOKMAG.COM / NOVEMBER 2015   Turning tragedy into lifesaving discoveries About 6 million people in the United States have a …

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The Bee Foundation Awards 2015 Grant for Innovative Brain Aneurysm Research to UCLA’s Department of Radiological Sciences

The Bee Foundation, a non-profit, Philadelphia-based organization dedicated to raising awareness and reducing the number of deaths caused by brain aneurysms through innovative research, is proud to announce the recipient of their $50,000 research grant for 2015. The grant award is being made to the Department of Radiological Sciences’ Division of Interventional Neuroradiology at the David …

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Reporter’s death prompts worry: How common are brain aneurysms?

Lisa Colagrossi, a 49-year-old reporter for WABC-TV in New York City who died suddenly of a brain aneurysm is a prime example of how terrifying the condition is.  Colagrossi had just returned from an assignment covering a fire when she collapsed and was rushed to the hospital. How could an otherwise healthy and relatively young person …

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