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Virtual Mayo SCAD Research Update with Social a Success!

October 27, 2021

Watch the Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program specialists discuss the latest research findings on October 23rd. We truly appreciate Drs. Sharonne Hayes (team lead), Marysia S. Tweet, Patricia Best, Rekha Mankad, and Nurse Practitioner Kari Dessner sharing both their expertise and their Saturday evening with us. The evening began with Bob Alico, SCAD Research, Inc. […]

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$5000 Match Challenge!

October 24, 2021

We are ready for a challenge and know you are too! A SCAD survivor is providing a one-to-one match up to $5000 on donations made between now and November 7! And….to sweeten the challenge, if we raise $2,500 by 10/24 (11:59pm Pacific Time) she will donate an extra $2500! Help meet this challenge – click […]

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Register Today for Virtual Mayo SCAD Research Update & Social

October 9, 2021

Join us on Zoom Saturday, October 23 at 7 pm CST for the latest research presented by Dr. Sharonne Hayes (team lead), Dr. Rajiv Gulati(cath lab) and Dr. Timothy Olson (genetics) from Mayo Clinic’s SCAD Research team. A Q&A session will follow with questions submitted on Zoom. Afterwards, we’ll break into small groups based on […]

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Upcoming Virtual SCAD Social

October 3, 2021

Plans are underway for a Virtual SCAD Social on Saturday, October 23 in the evening! We are honored Dr. Sharonne Hayes and other Mayo Clinic researchers will join us to share their latest research findings followed by a Q&A. Afterwards, we will break into small groups to share and get to know each other. This […]

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2021 SCADaddles Postponed to 2022

August 14, 2021

Due to the Delta variant and based on concerns expressed by health professionals, the Board of Directors made the very difficult decision to postpone all 2021 5K SCADaddle for Research run/walks until 2022. Concern for safety is our priority. Those who registered along with the event sponsors should be receiving an email regarding the cancellation. […]

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Reserve Your Spot for Aug. 27 Dinner & Mayo Clinic Presentation w Q&A

August 2, 2021

We are honored to have Drs. Sharonne Hayes (team lead), Timothy Olson (genetic lab) and Rajiv Gulati (Cath lab) join us for the National SCADaddle on Aug. 28 and present their latest research findings on Friday, Aug. 27 after dinner. We will also share a recorded presentation from Dr. Marysia Tweet, Mayo Clinic’s key SCAD […]

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Celebrating Our 10 Year Anniversary!

July 31, 2021

On July 6, 2011 SCAD Research, Inc. became an IRS approved 501 (c)(3) nonprofit public charity. Thanks to the hard work and support of many, we have raised and donated over $1 million to research since we started! SCAD Research, Inc. (SRI) is an all-volunteer organization. SRI was started by Bob Alico after his active, […]

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SE Florida SCADaddle Recently Added!

July 16, 2021

Registration for our new SCADaddle in SE Florida is now open! This brings us to seven SCADaddles being planned in 2021. Check out the details and register today for one or more of the following SCADaddles: National (Chicago area) August 28 Michigan (Harrison Township, NE of Detroit) September 11 Minnesota (St. Paul) September 25 North […]

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5K SCADaddle© Registrations Now Open

June 22, 2021

We are excited to announce five of our six in-person 5K SCADaddle for Research events are now open! Check out the details and register today for one or more of the following SCADaddles: National (Chicago area) August 28 Michigan (Harrison Township, NE of Detroit) September 11 Minnesota (St. Paul) September 25 North Carolina (Mt Ulla, […]

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SCAD Survivor Social a Success!

March 19, 2021

The virtual SCAD Survivor Social on February 26 was the highlight of SCAD Heart Attack Awareness Week (February 21-27). After a brief welcome, a panel with four survivors shared their experiences. Afterwards, participants broke into small groups by regions. Participants were able to easily move between regions. A big thank you to Carol Zich for […]

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