Holly Harrison, a 28 year-old local resident who suffered from a stroke on Valentine’s Day shared her story with Channel 4 News. Holly had a brain aneurysm rupture while she was at work and when she got to the hospital her prognisis was only a 10-20% chance of survival. Thankfully Holly was taken to MUSC. MUSC . . . → Read More: Patient Story: A stroke can happen to anyone
MUSC is pleased to be hosting a community stroke awareness event on May 4, 2013. Physicians from the MUSC Comprehensive Stroke & Cerebrovascular Center will be providing information to stroke survivors, family members and caregivers on topics such as:
Recovering from Stroke
Dealing with the emotional and social aspects of stroke
Lifestyle changes and medication for stroke prevention
Registration is . . . → Read More: Stroke Prevention and Recovery Event – May 4, 2013
Two days before her 38th birthday, Heather Morrill, a mother of three, a wife and a veterinarian in the Charleston area suffered a stroke.
Thanks to the Comprehensive Stroke & Cerebrovascular Center team at MUSC, Heather completely recovered and is able to continue in all of those roles.
Heather and her son Wesley
In November, 2011 Heather started . . . → Read More: Heather’s Stroke Story