5 Dec 2013
Written By Jami Fitzpatrick, Idaho On June 1st, 2009 my son, Cody, was found at the bottom of a swimming pool while visiting the local community pool with family members. He was quickly pulled from the pool. He was not...
10 Nov 2013
Michael Goes to Washington
On September 18th, I joined survivors and doctors from health organizations across the country to storm Capitol Hill as an advocate for National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding. It was a wonderful experience for me personally and while I am...
3 Jul 2013
Share Your Story: Brad Dixon
Brad Dixon, Idaho On June 12 You’re the Cure advocate and Boise native Brad Dixon was presented the Outstanding Advocacy Effort Award by the American Heart Association’s Western States Affiliate. Brad has developed rich relationships with legislators, business leaders and...
3 Oct 2012
Share Your Story: Pamela Dell
Pamela, Idaho For me heart disease is a family affair. My mother, brother and I are all living with Idiopathic Hypertrophic Subaortic Stenosis. After my diagnosis in 2000, I was given an induced heart-attack via alcohol ablation, followed one year...
14 Sep 2012
Share Your Story: Steve F.
Steve, Idaho On May 22, 2010 I suffered a stroke. I was helping my mother- and father-in-law move into their new home across the street when I started to feel different. I went to walk back to my house and...
14 Sep 2012
Share Your Story: Melissa A.
My 15 year old daughter was a perfectly healthy, typical child who survived a stroke nine years ago caused from chicken pox. This is pretty rare and does not happen often in children. Maggie couldn't walk or even hold her head...