Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection

Archives for May, 2014

The Mountain Miracle – One Family’s SCAD Story

May 14, 2014

This past December, Wally Posner and his family were skiing when Danielle, his healthy, 20 year old daughter suffered a spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) on a mountaintop in Colorado. After the ski patrol’s heroic efforts, an ambulance ride to Vail and a medevac ride to Aurora, CO, Danielle’s life was saved. As Wally learned […]

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5K SCADaddle for Research Run Timing Results

May 7, 2014

Based on lots of positive feedback, our inaugural chip-timed 5K run for research was a success! Runners who were looking for a challenging course were not disappointed at this year’s SCADaddle for Research. Runners and walkers enjoyed the 5K cross country trail, despite some mud and puddles along the way. Click SCADaddle 5K Age Group […]

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