Author Archives: Sara Sukalich

2012 Scientific Meeting Update–Moving Towards a Cure

With 65 registered attendees from academia, industry, the medical community and government agencies, the 8th annual Angioma Alliance CCM Scientific Meeting was the biggest yet and the quality of the science presented was exceptionally high!  People from all over the … Continue reading

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January 2012 Letter to the Community

January 17, 2012 Happy New Year from Angioma Alliance!  The Board of Directors wants to let you know about the plans that Angioma Alliance has for 2012. It is an exciting time for both Angioma Alliance and all those affected … Continue reading

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Get Involved: Start an Action Group!

One of the strengths of the Angioma Alliance is that it brings together a really diverse group of people. Our lives are affected by angiomas in one way or another but we aren’t all the same. We live all over … Continue reading

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Dealing with stress

Feelings of stress occur when dealing with change. Being diagnosed with a cavernous angioma is certainly a major stress-provoking change. Living with problems caused by the cavernous angioma, such as strokes and seizures, can lead to daily stress, as can … Continue reading

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