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Talking About TIA

It Can Happen to Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere
...I started my Saturday morning with a trip to the gym and some errands with my wife, Debbie, and two of my three young daughters. But a quick stop to buy a new car seat proved to be way more than I bargained for. Read More>>

Panic Behind the Wheel — My Experience with TIA
Experiencing sudden vision problems is bad enough, but having them while driving down a busy highway is many people's worst nightmare. It became a reality for me one morning in late December 2007, and my entire life changed in the blink of an eye. Read More>>

It Only Took Three Days for My Big Stroke to Hit
...I never really suffered from headaches, but suddenly I started getting them every day. Then it progressed to the point where my headaches started affecting my vision. Read More>>

The Most Important Phone Call of My Life
When away from my husband, Alfred, I always call him three times per day — morning, noon and night. Little did I know that one of my regular calls to Al would help him realize he was having a transient ischemic attack (TIA). Read More>>

No Time for TIA
I never imagined being struck with TIA, certainly not during the busiest and most important month of my life.
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TIA Can Happen to Anyone
I was a healthy, pregnant 32-year-old when I had one of the most frightening experiences of my life, which lasted an agonizing 40 minutes. It was late winter 2007, and I was in a meeting at work when all of a sudden everything went blurry. Read More>>

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