Tribute Page

In memorial of our son Graham

Our son Graham was born in 1991. At delivery he was severely blue. Asking us questions from the cardiologist they determined HHT. Naturally, a CT scan was performed. After numerous embolizations and hospital stays, he died in 1992. We have had two children since, and our daugher has been diagnosed.
Mom's maternal family is part of Dr. Guttmachers "Vermont 300"- a large HHT family in Vermont. My daugher and I get regular CT's and embolizations.
We hope no one will go through what we did. We miss our son terribly. He will always remain in our heart.

Your First Name
Your Last Name
Write a Comment
Title for Comment
Thank you!
Your comment has been received and will be reviewed and posted by the CureHHT team. Thank you very much for your submission!

Please considering donating to CureHHT to help the HHT community, using the donate button above.


There are no Guestbook entries for this story yet.

When HHT touches someone close to you, it's natural to want to share their story with others.

HHT is a relentless disease that affects over one million people around the world. Many of those people are robbed of the opportunities that would allow them to lead a full and normal life. Cure HHT is the only organization in the world dedicated solely to research, education, and advocacy that will allow us to find a cure for this disease. You can make a tremendous impact on our mission and honor a loved one by creating a Memorial or Tribute.

Whether your family has managed HHT for generations or you are the first to be diagnosed, everyone has a story to tell. One of the dynamics that keeps our small community so strong is the constant opportunity HHT families have to relate to one another.