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A Season of Change

By Dawn Mancuso, HA CEO I do not know what this winter has been like where you live, but here in the D.C. area, the winter has been much more like a lamb than a lion. Not that I am complaining, mind you, but it does mean that the trees and plants in the area […]

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In Memory of Kate

On November 27, Kate Finlayson passed away due to complications from hydrocephalus and the many surgeries she endured to combat it.  She was, and remains, an inspiration for all of us dedicated to furthering the fight against hydrocephalus. Just 26 years old, Kate underwent more than 130 surgeries in an ongoing struggle to manage her […]

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Thank you to 2010 Walk Chairs!

By Randi Corey, Director of Special Events The Hydrocephalus Association would like to extend its most sincere thanks to all of its 2010 WALK Chairs!  HA’s 25 WALKS across the U.S. had more than 7,500 walkers raising over $625,000!  6 of HA’s Walk sites were new this year, including Londonderry (NH), Barrington (RI), Louisville (KY), […]

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Windy WALK in ‘The City’

by Tom Smith, Adult Services & Outreach Coordinator Windy, wet, cold and rainy are all excellent words.  And as often as not, they’re adequate to convey an image–a very familiar image, particularly if you happen to live in San Francisco.  And particularly if you happened to attend our WALK on Sunday! In truth, these words […]

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