In the latest PSA from the American Heart Association, hear renowned actress Susan Lucci as she candidly shares her personal experience with a heart event. In the PSA she emphasizes the crucial role the American Heart Association’s research played in her life-saving treatment. She also discusses the importance of “listening to your heart” and seeking medical help if you are feeling symptoms.
Join Susan Lucci in educating viewers on the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association. By airing this PSA today, you may be helping to save the life of someone you know and care about.
The American Heart Association is the largest not-for-profit funding source for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease research next to the federal government, resulting in 14 Nobel Prize winners and several important medical breakthroughs including techniques and standards for CPR, the first artificial heart valve, implantable pacemakers, cholesterol inhibitors, microsurgery and drug-coated stents.
The American Heart Association helps save lives through research that leads to medical breakthroughs; education that leads to individual prevention; and advocating for change in systems and policies that together help loved ones, families and communities live happier, healthier and longer lives.
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