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Archives for September, 2016

Accept the Challenge!

September 17, 2016

SCAD Research, Inc. has entered the Revlon LOVE IS ON 2016 Million Dollar Challenge. The Challenge is a fundraising competition where organizations that support women’s health causes compete for cash. The charity that raises the most money between September 14 (starting noon Eastern Time) and October 26 at 1:59pm (ET) will win $1 Million from […]

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California 5K SCADaddle a Great Success!

There were many highlights of our 2nd 5K SCADaddle weekend September 9-10 in Carlsbad, CA. The weekend started out on Friday evening with a Meet & Greet for survivors and their supporters. Those attending enjoyed meeting each other, Sharonne Hayes MD and Jeanne Theis PhD from Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program, and Bob Alico, founder […]

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Dr. Hayes Interview about SCAD

September 11, 2016

You’ll definitely want to listen to this very informative interview of Dr. Sharonne Hayes about SCAD and Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program findings by ACCEL interviewer Dr. Alfred Bove. Dr. Hayes talks about what has been learned so far including why SCAD is a complex disease and research is needed. SCAD Research has donated $260,000 […]

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September 5Ks Around the Corner!

September 5, 2016

There is still time to register for one (or both) of the 5K SCADaddle for Research events: Click the Details button on the top of the homepage to learn more. Carlsbad, CA on Sept. 10 Bethlehem, PA on Sept. 17 You’ll also find the entire scoop plus the registration button using the above links. This […]

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SCAD Segment on Radio Health Journal

Dr. Sharonne Hayes from Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program along with survivors Shelley Simonton and Carol Zich talk about SCAD and their SCAD experience! You won’t want to miss hearing this informative program. Thanks Shelley and Carol for agreeing to be part of the program. Thank you Radio Health Journal for doing a program about […]

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Northampton woman’s death tied to heart condition affecting mothers of newborns

Unfortunately SCAD has suddenly taken another life leaving a family with many unanswered questions and once again emphasizing the need for research. Dr. Sharonne Hayes, Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program team lead talks about SCAD in this article published by The Morning Call, Allentown, PA. July 29, 2016 http://www.mcall.com/news/local/northampton-sd/mc-northampton-mother-heart-attack-20160729-story.html

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Yellowstone Spokeswoman Died From SCAD, Coroner Reports

The tragic and sudden death of a Yellowstone National Park spokeswoman was determined to be a SCAD. Her casefiles have been submitted to Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program. Dr Hayes from Mayo Clinic explains SCAD in the article published by the Yellowstone Insider, .July 5, 2016. http://yellowstoneinsider.com/2016/07/05/yellowstone-spokeswoman-died-from-scad-coroner-reports/

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