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    I am looking for anyone with experiences with brain aneurysm. I was diagnosed 3 wks ago and will undergo coiling procedure next week. I haven't been able to read from anyone who knows info about it. I know I will have followup apts to check the coiling. Would like to hear from anyone with any info please.
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