Megan Snook
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“They told me I was too young to have a stroke”

Megan Snook

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Gaps in research are threatening women’s lives, but we can save them

The doctors told Megan Snook that she was too young for a stroke — but she had one while she was pregnant. She was terrified of losing her son.

Megan’s story highlights risks women face because of gaps in awareness, research, diagnosis and care.  But there is hope. We can close these gaps and save more women. 


Women are facing serious risks

Watch Megan describe what it was like facing a stroke while pregnant.

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Gaps in awareness, research, diagnosis and care are putting women’s lives at risk. But your support can save them.

The next life-saving breakthrough in women’s heart and brain health is waiting for your support. 

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