University of Georgia Student Makes Progress After Brain Hemorrhage During Vacation

(New York Post) – University of Georgia senior Liza Burke, who suffered a brain hemorrhage while vacationing in Mexico, is “making progress toward recovery” after returning to the US, according to a recent report.

Burke, originally from North Carolina, was transported to the Mayo Clinic Florida in Jacksonville on Wednesday after suffering the unexpected arteriovenous malformation, which led to the brain hemorrhage, on Friday, according a fundraising page and The Macon Telegraph.

She was celebrating her last spring break in Cabo San Lucas with friends at the time.

Burke’s mother, Laura McKeithen, told the outlet her daughter, who was placed on life support, was now only on medication for pain and she no longer required a pacemaker, according to the Wednesday report. CONTINUE