I am raising funds for the 13th Annual 5K National Epilepsy Walk on Saturday, April 27, 2019.  This will be the last year for a national Epilepsy Walk - so I really want it to be the most successful year ever for Team Breen-O!

I have lived with epilepsy for nearly 19 years.  It has been a long, hard journey and some days are a real struggle.  All days are challenging and unpredictable with many limitations on my life.  Not being able to drive has been a particularly disappointing loss.

Fortunately, I live nearby Johns Hopkins Hospital where I can receive the best medical care.  In 2013, I underwent major brain surgery after extensive mapping and advanced data collection of all areas of my brain.  The surgery did not produce the much hoped-for results, as it has for so many.  It resulted in a partial loss of vision and loss of reading comprehension which has made things tougher.  I will continue to be open to the best current medical opportunities, if only to help others have an easier path.  There are no guarantees in life.  

I am determined to make the best of each day!

Please help make a difference in the lives of people living with epilepsy. We want to find a way to stop seizures and save lives.

Please support this cause by making a safe and secure donation to my fundraising webpage. Giving to the Epilepsy Foundation means you make the world a better, easier, more manageable place for the 3.5 million people in the U.S. who are living with epilepsy and seizures. 

 Thank you for your help and support!

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