Doctors' Day - Barrow Saved Sally's Life Twice
On Valentine’s Day 2014, Sally began having double vision. Dizziness, imbalance and terrible headaches followed. After months of visits to many specialists, an MRI revealed a golf-ball-sized cyst in her brain.
She was referred to Dr. Andrew Little at Barrow Neurological Institute. He saved her life, not once, but twice!
Watch Sally’s video and make a gift to honor the world-class physicians at Barrow for Doctors’ Day.
On March 30, we celebrate National Doctors’ Day to show gratitude to our physicians for their tireless commitment to our health. Will you join Sally and others in honoring an outstanding doctor at Barrow for Doctors’ Day? With a generous donation, you can let these doctors know how much it means to you that they are accepting the challenge of tackling the most difficult cases, like aneurysm, stroke, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Before Sally’s brain surgery in May 2014, she asked Dr. Little if she should cancel an upcoming trip to China, and he said, “Do not cancel. You are going to China.”
Just five months later, Sally was climbing the Great Wall!
Barrow saved Sally’s life, not once but twice. When the cyst returned two years later, Dr. Little was able to pinpoint the cause – a benign tumor. Nobody wants to go through brain surgery twice, but Sally says, “I knew I was in the best hands.”