What is brain aneurysm and why is it deadly?
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BY JOEL CALAMBA ESCOL, Managing Editor
It is with great sadness that the entertainment industry has lost two of its remarkable and bankable stars in the person of Isabel Granada and Jovit Baldivino.
The industry was shocked to hear the sudden passing of singer and ‘Pilipinas Got Talent’ 2010 edition champion Jovit Baldivino at a young age of 29. He just died on Friday, December 9, this year.
The same illness also took the life of singer-actress Isabel Granada on November 4, 2017. Isabel was 41 when she died.
Both Jovit and Isabel have the same experience. They were performing on stage when the deadly and lethal aneurysm attacked them. Isabel collapsed and became unconscious when she fell during a fan meet-and greet in Doha, Qatar on October 25, 2015.
Jovit was rushed to the hospital after he performed at a Christmas party in Batangas on December 3, 2022 as he was seen sitting in a chair with deformed face. Both were comatose before death took them away.
What is brain aneurysm?
According to healthline.com, brain aneurysm “is a deformity of an artery where a spot in the arterial wall in the brain bulges and fills with blood. It may also be called an intracranial aneurysm or cerebral aneurysm.
“A brain aneurysm is a potentially life-threatening condition that can affect a person at any age. If a brain aneurysm bursts, or ruptures, it’s an emergency situation that can result in a stroke, brain damage, and even death if not treated immediately.”