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Brandon's Neurosurgery Journey

Dec 3, 2020

17-year-old Brandon was a State Champion Cyclist and his world turned upside down the day he was racing and collided with an adult cyclist during a match sprint. He was rushed to Children’s Hospital of Michigan emergency room and treated for injuries. But what medical experts discovered at that time, unrelated to Brandon’s accident, is that he had a cyst on his brain that could rupture and alter the course of Brandon’s life.