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Caroline K. Brown

Caroline K. Brown
Our mother, Caroline K. Brown, had HHT and unfortunately passed away from complications that were associated with this disease. It was ruled as cardiac failure. She was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Unfortunately, she never met or knew her father. As the disease began to show its ugly face, it was determined that he was the carrier since no one in her family had the disease. She was in her 40's when she had to quit working due to the disease. I saw what the disease was doing to my mother and I knew one day I would experience those problems since I too have those same symptoms. I have advised my living siblings to get checked too. My hope is that we all make sure that we are checked on a regular basis and help funding research in HHT. I want to see a cure one day and not just watch it impact our lives. Researchers and medical personnel have done alot; however, we are nowhere where we need to be with HHT so we need to band together to fund research and hopefully one day find the cure.

Dedicated to our Mother.


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So sorry for your loss. I lost my mother 2 weeks ago to HHT and she suffered more than anyone I had ever seen. I hope our future will be brighter.

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