Brain aneurysms can impact anyone - learn more about a new approach for treatment

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Brain aneurysms are most common among adults 30 to 60 years old, but can impact anyone and at any age.
When it ruptures - it can be life threatening.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Daniel Cavalcanti, of the Ayer Neuroscience Institute St. Vincent's Medical Center, discusses a fairly new approach for treating the aneurysm before it ruptures.