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Behind heart disease, stroke is the second-leading global cause of death. In fact, nearly half of all U.S. adults have at least one major risk factor for stroke.

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Real Patient Stories

As coach of the Air Force Academy men's tennis team, Lt. Col. Dan Oosterous expected to spend the spring of 2013 on the court, coaching cadets in the Mountain West Conference. Instead, he spent months trying to relearn how to use his own body after suffering not one, but two strokes. Click here to read Dan's story.

Dan Oosterous

At 26 years old, Ollice Burke was playing quarterbak for a semiprofessional football team; worked as a basketball coach, and was a state championship track runner. He was playing a pickup basketball game when he sudenly felt "really hot." Ollice was suffering a stroke. Today, he is a survivor who received a second chance at life, thanks to the skilled physicians at Memorial Hospital. Click here to read Ollice's story.

Ollice Burke

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