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Brain Aneurysm patients, survivors and caregivers needed for a survey

Shared from the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, please see below to find the link.

If you haven’t already, please consider completing the online survey created by the clinical research team atMassachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Their survey aims to understand emotions and lifestyle factors experienced after hemorrhagic stroke (aneurysm rupture included). This is a one-time survey that takes approximately 30-40 minutes to complete.

The Principal Investigator on this study is Dr. Ethan Lester (Clinical Psychologist at MGH). Importantly, Dr. Lester and his research team are collecting surveys fromsurvivors and family caregivers. If you or someone you know (other survivors or family/friend caregivers) are interested, please complete one of the surveys below. 

Follow the link below to fill out the survey

https://redcap.partners.org/redcap/surveys/?s=C9PLR4TE3RPC4MXF&bbeml=tp-kfY2P7SP6kG7jwc0VhospQ.jEJRJU8AdKU6vvceJiHnwtw.rrM3o32deVk2CH-ueJgB_Nw.lvRCUts9qD0exYYjqLgR1GQ

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!

Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, officially recognizes September as the Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month

This is what happens when we work together as a team!

Thank you so much Governor Abbott and all the advocates who have worked tirelessly to achieve this goal.

Let’s spread the awareness and continue to save lives.

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