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2017 Rally For Medical Research

We are excited to invite YOU to join the HA staff to represent the hydrocephalus community at the 2017 Rally For Medical Research.

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Siblings Fundraise to Support Little Sister

“My goal is for Adora to be successful and get every opportunity that we do. Because there is no cure, I will work until one is found. I want to be as involved as I can be.”

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Over 500 Adult Hydrocephalus Patients Enrolled in Registry

HA is proud to fund the AHCRN as they move research from bench to bedside to find new treatments, preventions and cures for adults living with hydrocephalus and NPH.

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Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network

Happy 10th Anniversary to the Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network!

The Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network celebrates 10 years of pursuing impactful research into childhood hydrocephalus.

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GivingTuesday Hydrocephalus Association

Double your Gift of Hope

This #GivingTuesday, for every dollar you donate to the Hydrocephalus Association, a generous donor will match it up to $15,000!

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Hydrocephalus Awareness Month 2015

Hydrocephalus Awareness Month 2015 is HERE!

September is Hydrocephalus Awareness Month! Here are 15 ways you can make an impact and raise awareness.

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Dawn Mancuso, CEO, Hydrocephalus Association

From the CEO: Planning with the End Result in Mind

Hydrocephalus Association CEO Dawn Mancuso shares the aggressive strategic plan adopted by the Board of Directors that will guide the work of HA over the next 5 years – our Roadmap to a Cure.

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Over 2,500 New Cases of Hydrocephalus Reported in Uganda Each Year

New Vision, a Ugandan newspaper, reports that health estimates show over 2,500 new cases of hydrocephalus are reported each year. Since treatment can be cost prohibitive, Johnson Derek, the Executive Director for CURE hospital in Mbale, states that they have developed a way to assess families ability to pay and are providing children much needed medical help.

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About Brady’s Dream

My name is Megan, and I’m the big sister of Brady. My brother was diagnosed with hydrocephalus at birth, and I want to help find a cure.

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