Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection

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  • Mayo Clinic Presents Latest SCAD Research Findings

    Jul15

    A highlight of the National Reunion on June 17 was the research presentation by Dr. Sharonne Hayes and Dr. Marysia Tweet from Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program, Rochester, MN. After the formal presentation, Drs. Hayes and Tweet answered questions from the in-person audience as well as those submitted online. Also joining the dinner and 5K […]

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  • 9th National/Chicago Area SCADaddle© Celebration!

    Jun30

    We’re celebrating the success of another National/Chicago Area in-person SCADaddle weekend! Thank you to everyone who helped to make this year’s National a reality especially Sarah Trulley and Sonia Perez-Morales, co-chairs and Carol Zich, who guided Sarah and Sonia throughout months of planning. SCAD Social Reunion The SCAD Reunion took place at the Embassy Suites, […]

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  • More SCADaddles© to Come!

    May24

    After postponing SCADaddles for two years due to COVID, we are celebrating the success of two spring SCADaddles along with their SCAD Reunion Dinners – West Coast 5K SCADaddle (April 23) and Minnesota 5K SCADaddle (May 14). Don’t miss out…check out our future SCADaddles! Upcoming SCADaddles Summer SCADaddle – June 18 9th annual National SCADaddle […]

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  • Minnesota 2022 SCADaddle© Highlights!

    May24

    5K Fun Run/Walk The 3rd annual 5K SCADaddle for Research fun run/walk on May 14 proudly returned after being postponed for two years due to COVID! Over 360 people registered including 10 virtual participants. In addition to the 47 SCAD survivors, 27 participated in memory of their loved one who did not survive. A huge […]

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