St. James mom uses painful experience to help save others
A St. James mom who lost her daughter to an unknown AVM, also known as a brain arteriovenus malformation, is now using her painful experience to help others.
The mom says the disease is not something that usually shows signs or symptoms until it's too late but it's a disease that if detected early is completely treatable.
"That's what I'm fighting for, early detection," she says
The key to finding the disease is a screening using a simple MRA scan. Her foundation is now trying to raise money so that the machine could become available.
The proud mom says her mission is to be able to help save lives.