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Don't Die of Doubt

While we typically try to keep our newsletter to relevant legislative or administrative updates that impact You’re the Cure advocates, sometimes we need to have what we call “real talk.”

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This is one of those times, so let’s get “real” together and please take just a few moments to read (and watch!), the American Heart Association’s latest campaign aimed at preventing unnecessary loss of life during the pandemic.

Although hospitals are seeing fewer heart attack and stroke patients in recent months, that doesn’t mean those events are on the decline. Recent statistics suggest people aren’t calling 911, or they are delaying or avoiding critical care, likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But that’s dangerous — and possibly deadly. Heart disease and stroke are still the world’s leading causes of death. If you’re hesitant to seek care in an emergency, let’s see if we can put some of your doubts to rest.

Learn more about knocking down fears, myths and misinformation about calling 911 in the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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