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Debbie Debbie from St Peters, Mo wrote on September 21, 2019 at 2:06 pm:
At age 28 I lost my mom, Sue, who was 49 years old to a brain aneurysm. She was fine, then she wasn't, then she was on life support. 8 hours later the family was saying goodbye. It's shocking to me even 29 years later how healthy she was and how fast she was gone from us. My son had just turned 1. Thank you for making others aware of the signs. Although I can still hear my mom's voice in my head I would've loved to share life on earth with her much longer.

Our Foundation

The Lisa Foundation, a 501 (c)(3), is the leading private funder of Brain Aneurysm initiatives that directly or indirectly support awareness, education, research, and survivor support in the U.S.

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To foster a national dialogue and understanding around Brain Aneurysms and drive better patient outcomes through pioneering education, research, and support.

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P.O. Box 13

Frankenmuth, MI 48734

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