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Brain hemorrhages like the one suffered by former NBA Commissioner David Stern have a high fatality rate, can be debilitating for those who do survive and can happen to anyone.
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About 50 percent of people who suffer a spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage will not survive 30 days, neurosurgeon Dr. Paul Saphier told FOX Business. An intracerebral hemorrhage is the type of hemorrhagic stroke in which bleeding occurs in the actual substance of the brain. While Saphier is not involved in Stern’s treatment, he said it sounds like that’s the type of brain hemorrhage Stern, 77, suffered based on what’s been reported.
“You’re talking about a very disabling and very life-threatening condition,” Saphier said.