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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We have a NEW guest blogger for the Hydrocephalus Association Teens Take Charge program. Meet Henry and join the conversation on Twitter. Use #TeensTC.

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In a study published in the journal Brain, researchers find that the infusion of a naturally occurring protein can prevent the development of hydrocephalus after an intraventricular hemorrhage. The results show great promise in the work to develop a preventive therapy for the development of hydrocephalus, particularly in one of our most fragile populations, premature infants.

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The Hydrocephalus Association sits down with a vice president from Codman Neuro and two members of our Medical Advisory Board (MAB) to discuss the recent recall of CODMAN® CERTAS™ Programmable Valves, also known as shunts, and how it relates to patients. Please read and share the latest information on the recall.

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As the Hydrocephalus Association continues our interview series commemorating our 30th anniversary, we sit down with one of our earliest supporters, Dr. Marvin Sussman, former Director of Research and Technology at Cordis Neuroscience Business (now Integra LifeSciences) and member of the HA Board of Directors for 13 years.

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Mindy was diagnosed with hydrocephalus at the age of fourteen but she didn’t want to be labeled as “the girl who had brain surgery and almost died.” Now she’s married, the mom of two beautiful boys, and found that she’s surrounded by a group of co-workers from Foster Web Marketing who are ready to support her in her journey.

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