Monday, May 16, 2011

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ASBAHFacebook> The Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus is Europe’s largest organisation dedicated to supporting individuals and families as they face the challenges arising from spina bifida and hydrocephalus ttp:// .

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Our Facebook page offers, individuals, families and parents the chance to ask question, share their exepriences and get answers relating to spina bifida and hydrocephalus. DannyandDavid

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Join our community now – the bigger we are the stronger we are and together we can take on those challenges!


Former Eastenders star and well known actor, David Proud (pictured) has alreadyjoined the group!

Former England football international and World Cup star, Danny Mills> (pictured)!


* By joinig the ASBAH Facebook page , you'll be getting a direct link to a community of like minded people, sharing similar experiences and issues that interest you! On topof that, you'll be able to keep up to dates with the LATEST events, news, discussion board entries and OF COURSE photos!

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* Spina Bifida occurs very early in pregnancy when the spine and brain are being formed. It is a fault in the development of the spine, which fails to close properly. Spina Bifida often results in paralysis below the fault resulting in severe disability.
* A major secondary complication of Spina Bifida http://newsletter.i?x=66860-10351511 is Hydrocephalus – excess fluid pressure in the brain, which can cause brain damage if not treated promptly.
* Hydrocephalus can also occur at any time of life, for other reasons, including meningitis, premature birth, stroke or tumours.


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