Press Releases 2017

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A Reason for Hope this Holiday Season

Local performer sings to raise awareness for her son living with a chronic brain condition that has no cure.

November 28, 2017


The Vision to End a Condition that is the Leading Cause of Brain Surgery in Children

The Hydrocephalus Association’s annual Vision Dinner highlights the advances in research that aims to prevent or minimize the development of hydrocephalus after a brain bleed.

November 13, 2017


Twenty-nine Cities and States Join Congress in Declaring September Hydrocephalus Awareness Month

29 cities and states unite with local leaders of the Hydrocephalus Association to provide awareness for a brain condition with no cure that affects over 1 million Americans

September 1, 2017


Win Win Relationship for the Lookouts and Chattanoogans with Brain Condition

The Chattanooga Hydrocephalus Association Community Network and the Chattanooga Lookouts have built a winning team over the last three years, raising much needed awareness for a brain condition that has no cure.

July 27, 2017


Community Living with Brain Disorder Says NO MORE BS

The Hydrocephalus Association launches #NOMOREBS campaign to bring attention to the lack of  treatment options for the one million Americans living with hydrocephalus, a neurological condition whose only treatment is brain surgery.

July 20, 2017


Star Wars Night Presented by the Hydrocephalus Association is Tomorrow at 7:15 pm

May 4th, 2017, the Chattanooga Lookouts will host their annual Star Wars Night at AT&T Field, this year in partnership with the Hydrocephalus Association. Lookouts players will wear special jerseys that will be auctioned off after the event to raise funds for the Hydrocephalus Association.

May 3, 2017


Olympic Gymnast Raises Hydrocephalus Awareness

Olympic Gold Medalist Laurie Hernandez Visits Alabama Gymnastics Center at event benefiting Legacy Gymnastics and the Hydrocephalus Association.

March 26, 2017


World Birth Defects Day: Global Alliance calls for better prevention, care and research for Neural Tube Defects (NTDs) and Hydrocephalus

The PUSH! (People and Organisations United for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus) Global Alliance joins forces with over 70 participating organisations in promoting and increasing global awareness of birth defects, in particular neural tube defects (NTDs) and hydrocephalus.

March 3, 2017


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