Live now: Stem Cells & stroke

Stem Cells & Stroke Hey guys... quick post! Dr. Gary K. Steinberg is on the panel. I wanted to give others the opportunity to gain more insight/knowledge.

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Just A Phase

I've been editing all night. I'm running off of coffee and what little sleep I was able to get this morning. And yet....I feel great! I'm thankful for days like these. The blood coursing through my vessels makes me feel alive, capable and awake. . The warm glow of life's embers sparks a fire in …

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May 6th- World Moyamoya Day

💙Moyamoya is a rare brain disorder which effects the arteries in your brain. Blood flow is effected. When blood flow is effected too long those with Moyamoya may suffer TIA's, strokes, siezures and even death. Would you be willing to wear blue 💙 on Saturday, May 6th and other days throughout May to share awareness …

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The Difficult Thing No One Talks About When You Have An Incurable Disease

I've been wanting to write about this for awhile. It's a challenge to write about it without sounding off the world's smallest violin. That's not my goal. But, I do find it important enough to put it out there for those experiencing this disease or their family affected by it. I've seen others carefully share their …

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What’s Our Story? Find out…

Usually when I visit an unfamiliar place, my mind races with questions demanding an answer faster than I can provide. I hope that my aimless attempt at reason can somehow string the information together into data I can understand. Visiting a new blog can sometimes feel like that. The veterans know what to do, know what to expect, and know where …

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Top 3 Reasons I Choose to Blog

If blogging takes up a lot of time and effort, why even blog?  Gosh, good question! Do you want the short version or the long version?  Would  you prefer the chronological history explaining why I choose to blog, or should I jump around from past to present to explain it? It changes. ... I suppose I could start with …

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How To Deal When You Have An Incurable Disease

I was 25 years old when I was told that I had Moyamoya. What's that? It's an incurable disease that limits the blood flow in the brain often times causing a stroke for those who are diagnosed. THAT'S what happened to me. 3 weeks prior to my stroke I gave birth to a beautiful baby …

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