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With increasing violence and a state of emergency in Baltimore, the American Heart Association is cancelling the 2015 QCOR conference that was scheduled in the city this week.
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to get guidelines
to patients faster
The American Heart Association launches a new initiative to get heart and stroke treatment guidelines to patients faster.
Read more about guidelines initiative
Shobha Ghosh lost her mother and older sister when she was 11 years old. The trauma set her on a path to become a researcher in search of a cure for heart disease. She explains the need for research funding as part of a Congressional briefing this week.
Read more about federally funded research
Stroke Survivor Returns to Teaching, Marathon Running ... And He's Striving For Much More
The arrival of American Stroke Month in May is a great time to honor advances in treating and beating this disease, and survivors like Viet Le.
Read AHA CEO Nancy Brown's latest column
STEAM in the
In order to break the cultural and language barriers needed to eliminate disparities and transform science and healthcare, our community needs to gather more STEAM.
Science. Technology. Engineering. Arts. Math.
Read more of Eduardo Sanchez’s latest column
Pollution doesn’t just hurt the environment — it could be bad for the brain too.
Read more about air pollution
Through infancy and young adulthood, Cristina Civetta struggled with a failing heart. Now that she’s finally healthy, Civetta is working to support more of the scientific research that helped save her life.
Read Civetta's story
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