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Welcome Home, we are up and running. We promise to do our very best in the same spirit as our beloved Dr. Bill Maples.
PLEASE VISIT THE MEMORIAL PAGE DEDICATED TO DR. BILL MAPLES
The purpose of this Aneurysm & AVM Support site is not to echo data from many other informative websites, but instead, will be a place for survivors, their families, and those whom have lost loved ones to aneurysms or AVMs, to exchange experiences, pre- and post aneurysm or AVM diagnosis. That stated, I hasten to add that any narrative, medical or anecdotal, regarding any type of vascular aneurysm or AVM, is, and shall always be, welcomed and encouraged.
Narratives may cover anything the author feels is pertinent to his or her aneurysm or AVM experience. Narratives describing symptoms prior to finding the aneurysm or AVM; diagnostic procedure(s); pre- and post- operative hospital experiences; patient and physician relationship and interactions; complications; recovery and rehabilitation experiences; coping with deficits; grief management (particularly for those losing a loved one); strategies for handling financial stress; etc., are encouraged and can be instrumental in alleviating anxiety and facilitating healing.
For all correspondence with Aneurysm and AVM Support:
contact James Craft Jr.
narratives will be posted as received, without regard to grammar, or literary style. If editing is deemed necessary, to ensure accuracy of medical, or anatomical terms, it will be implemented only with permission of the author.
William P. Maples, Ph.D.
University of West Georgia
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