World Moyamoya Day is May 6th. Educate yourself and others on Moyamoya disease!

World Moyamoya Day is May 6th. Educate yourself and others on Moyamoya disease!

Moyamoya Disease Overview - (My neurosurgeon  at Stanford University Hospital says that women around age 50 are now most the most likely age/sex to be diagnosed with Moyamoya. See pie chart on their website))

Moyamoya Disease Overview - (My neurosurgeon at Stanford University Hospital says that women around age 50 are now most the most likely age/sex to be diagnosed with Moyamoya. See pie chart on their website))

~~~ OUR LIVES WITH AN INVISIBLE ILLNESS! ~~~ <3 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153308712643537&set=a.10151330232438537.496567.606508536&type=1&theater

~~~ OUR LIVES WITH AN INVISIBLE ILLNESS! ~~~ <3 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153308712643537&set=a.10151330232438537.496567.606508536&type=1&theater

Stroke Connection - Winter 2014 - Page 8-9 :: DIGITAL PAGE Allows you to enlarge print! This feature is extremely helpful. In "MOYAMOYA" disease, it is extremely rare, more commonly seen in children (age 2-5; although any age is possible) TIA - or - ischemic stroke may be the 1st symptom. Read further >>> strokeassociation.org #strokeconnection

Stroke Connection - Winter 2014 - Page 8-9 :: DIGITAL PAGE Allows you to enlarge print! This feature is extremely helpful. In "MOYAMOYA" disease, it is extremely rare, more commonly seen in children (age 2-5; although any age is possible) TIA - or - ischemic stroke may be the 1st symptom. Read further >>> strokeassociation.org #strokeconnection

WORLD STROKE DAY, October 29  Become educated on stroke facts, signs and symptoms; AWARENESS is key (...that includes MOYAMOYA disease AWARENESS)!!!!  It's a stereotypical myth that strokes only occur in "elderly adults". Strokes CAN happen to adults (of any age), teenagers, "tweens", children, toddlers, infants, even unborn babies!

WORLD STROKE DAY, October 29 Become educated on stroke facts, signs and symptoms; AWARENESS is key (...that includes MOYAMOYA disease AWARENESS)!!!! It's a stereotypical myth that strokes only occur in "elderly adults". Strokes CAN happen to adults (of any age), teenagers, "tweens", children, toddlers, infants, even unborn babies!

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