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May is for Brain Tumor Awareness Month!

by | May 13, 2013 | Brain Health | 0 comments

May is Brain Tumor Awareness MonthMay is Brain Tumor Awareness Month! Because a brain tumor is a type of brain injury, the symptoms experienced after having a stroke can be dealt with similar to those from brain injury. Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide to Living with the Challenges Associated with Concussion / Brain Injury describes the most common physical, mental and psychological symptoms of brain injury, explains why these symptoms occur and what can be done to help, and offers practical suggestions for coping with the problem. This book also covers financial, insurance and family issues; the rehabilitation process; and eventual outcomes. CWMTBI is a great resource for brain injury/stroke survivors, family members, caregivers and friends, and also anyone working in the field of concussion or brain injury/stroke.

For the rest of this Brain Tumor Awareness Month, you can receive an autographed copy of Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, normally retailing at $20.00, for just $12.00! To get your discounted copy, go to /products/#tabid-booksaboutbrainhealth, select the autographed copy, and use the code AWARENESS when checking out at the shopping cart.

Don’t miss out on a great deal for this valuable resource!




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