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April 13th

SCA Survivor Provides Cardiac Screenings To California Families & Athletes

Holly Morrell of Heartfelt Cardiac Projects is expanding her efforts to provide more low-cost cardiac screenings to Orange County families and athletes. Holly's involvement with cardiac screening is dedicated to the memory of her 6 family members, including her father, who lost their lives to this insidious condition. Three other family members are living with HCM and have Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators (ICDs). Holly was first diagnosed with HCM in 2002. She received an ICD in July, 2002.

Please help share the word about Heartfelt Cardiac Projects Screenings!

Upcoming Screening Dates/Locations:

http://scr.bi/dRh0U3

www.heartfeltcardiacprojects.org

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"Peace of mind...one screening at a time."

Heartfelt Cardiac Projects

Holly Morrell
Founder/Exec. Dir
Heartfelt Cardiac Projects
Tel 949. 494.6575
www.heartfeltcardiacprojects.org

April 6th

When the pieces are in place, it works most of the time. PLEASE get trained and get your friends and family members trained.

CLINTON TWP. — A 16-year-old girl collapsed in cardiac arrest during cheerleader tryouts at North Hunterdon High School on Tuesday night and was flown to Morristown Memorial Hospital after receiving CPR from police, school staff and a parent.She was “awake and doing OK” at the hospital this morning, according to school spokeswoman Maren Smagala. The victim’s mother told police that her daughter suffers from sports-induced asthma, which may have caused the attack.

The school this afternoon issued a statement congratulating the coaches and cheerleaders “for acting quickly and bravely during cheerleading tryouts last night.”

As part of tryouts, the girls were jogging through the hallways of the school when the junior collapsed in a second-floor hallway and went into a seizure, Clinton Township police said. Other girls reported noticing that she was experiencing shortness of breath before she collapsed.

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The mission of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) Foundation is to prevent death and disability from sudden cardiac arrest. The vision of the SCA Foundation is to increase awareness about sudden cardiac arrest and influence attitudinal and behavioral changes that will reduce mortality and morbidity from SCA.

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