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PENNIES FROM EVAN

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Evan always needs your prayers.

I have updated Evan's current condition under the "Donation Station" link.  Please read.

Welcome

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This is my son Evan, (at age 3) and here is his story of surviving childhood stroke.

Evan Gabriel suffered a massive hemmorhagic stroke on April 23, 2006.  His stroke has been called "Deep cavernous thrombosis", "Basal Ganglia infarct", "Thalamic infarction involving deep sinus veins" and "CVA s/p intraventricular hemmorhage".    All of the above terms are correct as my son's stroke was very severe and very rare.  All of the causes so far.......are unknown.  His recovery over the last 5 years was amazing.  He relearned to walk and eat and play.  He had a catastrophic seizure in February that has set him back to zero.   He is having a hard time relearning all of these things AGAIN.  I believe in him though.  Evan is beyond amazing.

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MORE ABOUT EVAN & MORE STROKE INFORMATION...click here

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Evan, (at age 8) after his life threatening seizure.

I am currently working on a new slide show for Evan.  We have been through a lot over the past couple of years. You can still view the old slideshow just under this text.  Thanks!

Click here to watch Evan's slideshow. This is his "One Year" post stroke slideshow. '07 Make sure your speakers are on.

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