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  • Mayo Clinic Latest SCAD Research Presentation


    Chicagoland SCAD Reunion Social/Dinner June 21, 2024 Always a highlight of the SCADaddle weekend, Dr. Sharonne Hayes and Dr. Marysia Tweet presented Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program’s latest research findings at our annual Chicagoland SCAD Reunion Social/Dinner. After their presentation, they answered questions from both the in-person audience and questions submitted through our SCAD Research […]

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  • Dr. Hayes & Dr. Tweet SCAD Presentation Streaming June 21


    We are honored and excited to have Dr. Sharonne Hayes and Dr. Marysia Tweet from Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program, Rochester, MN present their latest research at our Chicagoland SCAD Reunion Social/Dinner on June 21. Directions You can join the stream at 6:45 pm (CDT): Click Presentation and Q&A by Dr. Sharonne Hayes and Dr. […]

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  • 2024 5k SCADaddle© Season in Full Swing!


    Three of our 2024 5k SCADaddle© for Research run/walks have wrapped up! Together, these three SCADaddles raised over $53,000! Thank you Michele & James Lively (Texas), Kelley Hoolihan (Minnesota) & Kathy Almassy (Maryland) for all of your hard work organizing these successful events! Three more SCADaddles are coming up in 2024: • Chicagoland (Wheaton, IL) […]

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  • 2024 SCADaddle© Season is Here!


    Our 2024 5k SCADaddle© for Research run/walks are gearing up thanks to an amazing group of volunteers! SCADaddles are not just fundraisers, they are opportunities to get together, have fun and support each other. All SCADaddles are open to the public. So, invite your neighbors, family and friends to join you. A SCADaddle t-shirt is […]

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