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Deadline Reminder for SCAD Research Grant(s) Offered by SCAD Research, Inc.

July 13, 2019

In 2019, in addition to the annual gift to the Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program, SCAD Research, Inc. is pleased to offer one or more grants up to $25,000 total to fund other SCAD research projects that meet a set of criteria. This grant was announced during SCAD Heart Attack Awareness Week in February. The […]

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Video of Mayo Clinic Research Presentation on June 7

The edited Mayo Clinic Research Presentation streamed on June 7, 2019 is now available on our YouTube channel. It begins with and introduction of the National 5K SCADaddle© planning team, remarks by Bob Alico, our President/Founder, & recognition by Mayo Clinic for our support with remarks by Dr. Hayes. The latest research findings with Drs. […]

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Registration Now Open for Lehigh Valley 5K Run/Walk on Oct. 12

July 12, 2019

Registration for our 4th annual Lehigh Valley 5K SCADaddle© for Research run/walk on October 12 is now open!!!! The 5K will take place at Upper Saucon Township Community Park in Center Valley, PA. All runners will be timed and SCADaddle© medals given to finishers in a variety of categories. Register by July 31 to take […]

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Minnesota 5K SCADaddle© Saturday, Sept. 7 – SCAD Reunion Event Friday Evening

Join us Saturday September 7 for our 2nd annual 5K SCADaddle© for Research Fun Run/Walk at Battle Creek Regional Park, St. Paul (Maplewood) MN. The fun run/walk on a winding trail offers a spectacular view of Ramsey County’s diverse landscape. All runners/walkers will receive a SCADaddle© medal as they cross the finish line. Join us […]

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West Coast/San Diego 5K and Reunion Registration Now Open!

Dr. Sharonne Hayes Presenting Latest Research Findings Join us on Saturday Sept 28, 2019 for our chip timed SCADaddle© Run/Walk at Crown Point Park in San Diego, CA. Register today to join the fun at our new location in San Diego. We are excited that Crown Point Park provides an opportunity to have a chip-timed […]

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8th National/Chicago area 5K SCADaddle© a Success!

Our National chip timed run/walk on June 8, 2019 at Danada Forest Preserve in Wheaton, IL was a great success, raising thousands of dollars for research! The success of the National 5K has moved us closer to donating an additional $200,000 to research in order to reach a total of one million dollars. All runners/walkers […]

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We’re Streaming Mayo Clinic’s SCAD Research Presentation

June 6, 2019

We’re Streaming Mayo Clinic’s SCAD Research Presentation On Friday, June 7, 2019 @ 7:30pm (central time), Dr. Sharonne Hayes, Dr. Timothy Olson (genetics) and Dr. Marysia Tweet will present Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program’s latest research findings, followed by a Q&A. For those who cannot attend the presentation in person, click Mayo Clinic SCAD Research […]

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National 5K SCADaddle©, Friday Evening Social & Mayo Clinic Research Presentation

May 18, 2019

Join us Saturday June 8 for our chip timed SCADaddle© Run/Walk at Danada Forest Preserve in Wheaton IL, a Chicago suburb. The USATF 5K certified trail winds through the beautiful forest preserve. All runners/walkers will be timed. Awards will be given to overall winner male and female. Medals/recognition will be given to 2nd and 3rd […]

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Spread the Word – Share Video on June 8 National/Chicago area SCADaddle©!

We are excited to announce the 5K video to raise awareness about the National/Chicago area is done! The video not only promotes the 5K in IL, it also raises awareness about SCAD. Join us on Saturday, June 8 for our 8th chip timed SCADaddle Run/Walk at Danada Forest Preserve. The well-groomed, crushed limestone USATF certified […]

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Highlights of SW Florida/Sarasota 5K Sunset SCADaddle© for Research!!!

April 10, 2019

The 2nd annual chip timed SCADaddle© run/walk on March 29 at Payne Park in Sarasota, FL was held at sunset and was our first SCADaddle© in 2019. The 5K participants ran through and around the park on a varied terrain of crushed cinder, concrete sidewalk and grass. Walkers completed a one mile route. Thousands of […]

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