Emily North Dakota

Strokes On Attack

To find a cure for people who have had strokes.

Dear Next President

I am here to tell you about strokes. I see it happen to a lot of people. I have  had two people in family have strokes. My great grandma died two years ago of stroke. She was very nice and she had a  plant cactus that my family loved watering.

  People from all ages can get strokes. Up to 80 percent of strokes are preventable but 20 percent of strokes are not preventable. Approximately 800,000 people have a stroke each year. To prevent a stroke you have very limited period time to restore the blood flow to the brain before it`s too late.

Family history of strokes increases your chance for strokes. And that is why I am here to tell you next president, that we need a cure for strokes. Med. does not always work. But you could an awareness program.


Emily T.