Archive - May 26, 2015

Archive - May 26, 2015


Survivor Mike Papale to Appear on PBS to Help Raise Awareness About Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Young Athletes

Mike PapaleHAMDEN, CT and PITTSBURGH, PA – Quinnipiac Men's Basketball Director of Operations Mike Papale, along with his mother Joan Papale, will be interviewed for the television show Second Opinion on June 12 at a studio in downtown Rochester, NY, to discuss sudden cardiac arrest and help raise awareness by sharing his story. The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation facilitated the connection between Papale and Second Opinion.

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