The state of Texas officially recognizes September as the Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month.

Thank you so much governor Abbott and the Brain Aneurysm organizations, advocates, survivors and caregivers for making this possible.

This is what I received in the mail today!


  1. Rosemarie Romero says:

    As a 32 year survivor of a leaking brain aneurysm, thank you, Governor Abbott, for bringing awareness of this deadly, and, debilitating condition! I will never know what it’s like to be a regular adult as I had my clipping while I was 6 months pregnant at the age of 19. It’s been extremely difficult to get others to understand that we survivors are not typical people. We are expected to act like everybody else, but, we cannot. My hopes in bringing awareness of brain aneurysms, will educate people to know we survivors are a different breed. This is one small step in our fight in getting others to understand exactly what we live with each day. Again, thank you, Governor Abbott! God bless you and your wife!


    • Anonymous says:

      Hello Rosemarie,

      We are indeed very grateful for what the governor did and for all the advocates who worked hard to make it possible.

      If you’re not a brain aneurysm advocate yet, please consider becoming one through the Brain Aneurysm Foundation. You can also find the direct link on this site through search. Your story can bring along very many changes that will generally inspire the efforts of brain aneurysm awareness and change the outcomes of brain aneurysms in people.

      Wishing you and your loved ones very many happy and blessed days ahead.


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