Is an ETV an option after shunt failure? A recent review of 15 studies reported on the effectiveness of endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV) after shunt failure in children. Dr. Jenna Koschnitzky, National Director of Research Programs, summarizes the findings.

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Meet Dan, a new guest blogger lending his voice to our adult hydrocephalus community. We are excited for Dan to share different aspects of his journey each month.

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Karly Rodriguez wrote this powerful and honest poem one month prior to her ETV procedure, after being diagnosed with hydrocephalus in 2012.

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The Hydrocephalus Association’s First Annual Vision Dinner, “A Time for Awareness; The Hope for a Cure,” unites politicians, neurosurgeons, scientists, advocates, and business leaders to raise the public profile of hydrocephalus and to share the current research initiatives and successes around the condition.

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Our Teens Take Charge (TTC) program provides support, training, awareness and fundraising opportunities so that teens can be an effective force in making their stories heard. As part of our interview series in commemoration of our 30th anniversary, our intern, Jessica Ford, sits down with Haylea Lynn Blank, to talk about growing up with hydrocephalus and her thoughts on the Hydrocephalus Association.

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As we look back and commemorate 30 years of supporting, educating, connecting and informing families, we ask where we would be without our volunteers. Our volunteer leaders across the country have helped weave the rich tapestry of our HA history. This week we sit down with our Virginia Support Group Leader, Annie Mason.

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