adult hydrocephalus

Upcoming Research Webinar: Delivering on a Promise

Join the Hydrocephalus Association on Monday, March 3, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. EST for our next webinar, “Research Update: Delivering on a Promise,” exploring the latest advances in hydrocephalus research and showcasing several exciting studies being conducted to better understand the basic science of hydrocephalus and clinical protocols for treating patients.

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TB Caused Hydrocephalus in Philadelphia Woman

The Philadelphia Inquirer details the story of medical professionals trying to determine the sudden onset of hydrocephalus in a 48-year old Philadelphia woman.

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2013: A Year in Review

As we wrap up 2013, Dawn Mancuso, CEO, Hydrocephalus Association, reflects back on (and marvels at) all that has happened this past year for the hydrocephalus community.

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Adult Hydrocephalus Recognized in Zambia

Miriam Zimba of the Times of Zambia reports on adult cases of hydrocephalus, broadening the awareness from solely the pediatric population.

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Adult Hydrocephalus and the Development of a Research Network

Adult Hydrocephalus and the Development of a Research Network

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Country Singer Raises Awareness of Hydrocephalus Through Her Music

Angie Marie Raulerson, country music singer and mom to 26 year-old Gina, who has hydrocephalus, hosts a concert to raise awareness and funds through her charity, Gina’s Hope, for the Hydrocephalus Association, The University of Michigan Health System, United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan and the Johnny Burke Children’s Foundation. The concert takes place October 23, 2013.

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Houston Widow Wins Medical Malpractice Suit

The widow of 46 year-old Lance Windrum won a multi-million dollar medical malpractice suit against a Houston based physician at North Cypress Medical Center. Windrum had a diagnosis of hydrocephalus that was rejected by the treating physician.

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Seattle Entrepreneur Receives Inspiration Award for Relentless Commitment to Curing Brain Condition

Paul Gross received the Vision Award for Inspiration by the Hydrocephalus Association for his work to stimulate research to find a cure for hydrocephalus, a condition that affects 1 million Americans.

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Former WALK Chair Continues Raising Awareness

Matthew Schwerha interviews our former Chicago WALK Chair, Sherry Reising, of Oak Forest, on her journey with hydrocephalus, after being diagnosed at 22. The Chicago WALK took place on August 18, 2013 at Soldier’s Field.

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