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We will meet on the third Wednesday every other month from 6:30-8 p.m.
We'll have a guest speaker every meeting followed by discussion. Patients, families, and walk-ins are welcome. We'll be discussing anything related to brain aneurysms, including pathophysiology, symptom management, lifestyle modifications, and proper health maintenance.
Call Ben Slee at (208) 381-4217 or email to register.
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