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Tony T., AAA Survivor
Tony T., AAA Survivor See the Video

"It took me some time to realize what had happened to me. When I did, it was shocking."

Paul Maguire, Former AFL Football Player
Paul Maguire, Former AFL Football Player See the Video

"I was very fortunate because I had a chance to follow it [AAA]. The problem is that too many people die because they don't know they have one."

Aubry Alexander, City of Charleston Councilmember
Aubry Alexander, City of Charleston Councilmember See the Video

Councilman Alexander visited a Find the AAAnswers screening event in Charleston, SC.
"There's a personal connection in that my father suffers from an abdominal aortic aneurysm... it really is a silent killer."

Joe Theismann, Pro Football Legend
Joe Theismann, Pro Football Legend See the Video

"Today my dad is doing great. Because of my family history, I'm also at risk. So I got screened. It was quick and painless. If caught early, AAA is treatable."

Charles and Lois C., AAA Survivor and Wife
Charles and Lois C., AAA Survivor and Wife See the Video

Had it not been for the screening, my husband would be gone. What is 15 minutes out of your day? That’s nothing in comparison to being able to say, I am a survivor.

Darlene, AAA Caregiver
Darlene, AAA Caregiver See the Video

"In February of 2001, I lost my Dad to an abdominal aortic aneurysm. If only we had known the risks, he could easily have been screened."

Frank C., AAA Survivor
Frank C., AAA Survivor See the Video

Go get screened so you don’t have to go through this; because you absolutely don’t want to go through this.

Dave G., AAA Survivor
Dave G., AAA Survivor See the Video

"My family was told I probably wouldn't survive.  If I had been screened, this all could have been prevented."