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Riding my bike again became my #BrainLifeGoal! – Marina Krsmanović’s story

Marina Krsmanović, a young stroke survivor, contacted Stroke Association Serbia via their Facebook page to share her amazing story and her #BrainLifeGoals. “My name is […]

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Jelica, a mother of three who suffered a stroke shares her #BrainLifeGoals

Jelica Radovanovic, a mother of three who suffered a stroke in 2017, contacted us via our Facebook page to share her #BrainLifeGoals. This is her […]

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Excerpts from my diary – Marijeta Mojasevic

“You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect […]

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What are your #BrainLifeGoals? – Nicole Donal

In the early days, when I was young and unconcerned – and especially: not chronically ill – I was able to conquer the whole world. […]

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Changing societal attitudes toward people with disability – An essay

I live in Ukraine, where there is the word – “disabled”. In any other developed country, this is defined as a “person with disabilities”, with […]

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LifeGoals vs. BrainLifeGoals video series

The #BrainLifeGoals campaign will raise awareness of the impact of neurological diseases by exploring the dreams and aspirations of those living with a brain disorder. […]

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My #BrainLifeGoals – shared by Kesty

This week is the “Brain Awareness Week”. To draw attention to NAH (non-congenital brain injury) and all its consequences, a European action has been set […]

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A story about a young woman, who has a secret.

Once upon a time, there was a young woman who fell in love… They met in tango class. The girl was an university student, and […]

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Campaign to reach people with rare diseases throughout Bulgaria

One in 2000 people are affected by a rare disease, and there are more than 6,000 different rare diseases in total. Only 5% of them […]

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Multiple Sclerosis and Change

An excerpt from the blog of Susanna Van Tonder I received my MS diagnosis in the end of 2016 after having had invisible symptoms for […]

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