New Orleans Saints honor Ochsner patient during season-opener
NEW ORLEANS - The New Orleans Saints honored an Ochsner hospital patient this past Sunday.
Susan Gray was diagnosed with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH), a disease that causes swelling of the brain and other symptoms such as memory loss.
Sunday, the Saints and Ochsner hospital honored her as the Ochsner hero, presenting her with tickets to the game, field passes, and an autographed football by Saints runningback Alvin Kamara.
This week, the Saints and @OchsnerHealth honored Susan Gray, a normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) patient, with game tickets, field passes and a football signed by Alvin Kamara. We hope you had a great time, Susan! #OchsnerHero pic.twitter.com/nYE1BXLajz— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) September 11, 2018
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