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Go Red For Women Luncheon Raises Awareness

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BILLINGS - Hundreds dressed in red to go red for women, for a luncheon benefiting the American Heart Association.

Go Red for Women is about raising awareness about heart disease symptoms and prevention.

One of the speakers at the event, Brianna Seder, is a stroke survivor.  She told her story of how she suffered a stroke just before her last quarter of college. Now she hopes to teach people about the warning signs.

"Mainly because it's killing so many people," Seder said. "I myself am lucky to be alive because of the size of stroke that I had and it can happen to anybody."

Brianna is hoping to be a radiology tech soon and help save people's lives.
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