Young stroke patient’s perseverance, words and foundation are a true source of hope

In 2008, Harshada Rajani was a healthy second-year med student whose only complaint was a recent bout of bad headaches that were diagnosed as ophthalmic migraines, which are characterized by pain around the eyes often accompanied by symptoms such as visual disturbances, light sensitivity and nausea.

Home for Thanksgiving break, she visited an ophthalmologist to discuss her migraines. During that appointment, she experienced her first case of vertigo, an off-balance feeling that everything is spinning.…

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