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Support Moyamoya awareness!
Childhood stroke is a rare but tragic occurrence. If you live in Massachusetts, help prevent it by supporting Senate Docket 1753 (SD1753), designating May 6 as Moyamoya Awareness Day.
Although rare, Moyamoya is a relatively common cause of stroke in children—yet it is rarely detected until a stroke actually occurs. Unfortunately, once Moyamoya begins, it can progress quickly and become harder to treat.
This bill could save lives by bringing moyamoya to the attention of families and doctors and encouraging early diagnosis—particularly in children with Down syndrome and sickle cell disease, who are at greater risk.
Encourage your state senator to support this bill, and bring Massachusetts into line with the annual World Moyamoya Day. Just follow these three easy steps:
You can also help raise moyamoya awareness by sharing with your social networks. Use the hashtag #May6Moya.
Awareness is key to saving lives. Thanks for your support!
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