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Tell Us Who You Really Are!

by Kimberly C. on Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Tailor your experience with us! Your profile on the You’re the Cure website is vital for us to convey our policy needs. Keeping our advocates informed and up-to-date on policy issues is the best way to guarantee that our advocacy partnership stays strong and when we need to make a move, we can reach you on the issues you are interested in.

When it comes to your personal advocate profile, we want to make sure you receive the information that you prefer and feel passionately about. It’s important that we know what policies most interest you.

CLICK HERE so we can make sure that you are presented with advocacy opportunities that truly speak to you.

It takes just a few moments to update your profile and interests, and those moments go a long way in ensuring that you hear the most current news and get action opportunities on issues that strike close to your heart.

As always, we thank you and appreciate you for what you have done, what you are doing now, and what you will do as a You’re the Cure advocate in the future.

Thank you for making a difference.

 

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  • I can use my years in healthcare and personal experience to help educate my family, friends and patient about eating healthier and exercising to avoid heart and vascular disease. Thank you AHA/ASA. We need more organizations like you.

    — Nathan T.

  • It's great to be able to customize your experience with You're the Cure.

    — Elizabeth V.

  • I advocate for AHA/ASA, because l care,l seen what heart and vascular disease can to to people and their families. I myself am a heart patient,not from heart disease,but from streptococcal infection (l have a mechanical valve,my aortic valve was removed). Heart and vascular can be prevented, by exercising,eating healthier a and know your family medical history. Thank you AHA/ASA, you're the best source of information for the general public.

    — Nathan T.

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