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Laura scarfo Laura scarfo from Mooresville wrote on September 21, 2019 at 2:03 pm:
Just wanted to write a little something my mom died at 57 of a brain Aneurysm.my sister decided to have a test on her 57th birthday and was also diagnosed with a brain aneurysm! I had the time was 55 and she said we needed to be tested because we were family and it was hereditary. So at age 55 I was also diagnosed with a brain aneurysm. My sister had a stent put in, and I had a coil put in. The odds of me getting another one a very slim same for my sister. I urge everyone that has a family member with an aneurysm to get checked it’s an x-ray. It’s not worth falling down and losing your life when it’s preventable. I do not know that I have anything in my head I do not have any side effects. I am just blessed that my sister decided to do this. I urge anyone to have the test!

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