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  • Blog Post: Dr. Sohah Iqbal, New York City

    Dr. Sohah Iqbal is the current president of the American Heart Association Young Professionals, an Interventional Cardiologist at NYU Langone Medical Center, and a staunch advocate for CPR education in our city's high schools. Dr. Iqbal poignantly shares the story of two of her own patients who...
  • Blog Post: Debi Mrozowski, Connecticut

    Debi Mrozowski, a secretary at Rock Hill School, recently addressed the attendees of the Greater Hartford Executive Leadership Team Breakfast, where she recounted her heroic CPR save at a local basketball game. Debi explained to the audience that on February 23rd that she was keeping score at a game...
  • Blog Post: 6 Lives Saved and Counting!

    Congratulations to Dr. Marc Kutler and The Edge fitness facilities for yet another life saved! Dr. Marc Kutler, an emergency department physician from Northwestern Medical Center, is a strong advocate for CPR and public access to defibrillation. He helped the AHA pass legislation two years ago requiring...
  • Blog Post: Dr. Charles Garbarino, New Jersey

    Dr. Charles Garbarino is a pediatrician, known to his patients as "Dr. Charlie." He has authored two books, "Pediatrician Soldier" and "One Heart-Embrace Life." Colonel Garbarino continues to serve his country as a member of the military and has deployed for three combat...
  • Blog Post: Arshad Iqbal, MD, Rhode Island

    Congratulations to Dr. Arshad Iqbal who was awarded the prestigious American Stroke Association Community Conscience Award at the recent NorthEast Cerebrovascular Consortium (NECC) Summit in Newport! The American Stroke Association Community Conscience Award is given annually to an individual that has...
  • Blog Post: Long Island Board Honors Longtime CPR/AED Champion

    The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Long Island Board of Directors was honored to name Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg as Advocate of the Year. Assembly Weisenberg, the legislative champion of the CPR in Schools bill, made it a priority to increase public awareness of...
  • Blog Post: Susan Canning, Massachusetts

    Sue Canning became an advocate because of her son Kevin. Kevin was born on April 8, 1992.Kevin was loved by everyone because he didn’t take life too seriously and was always trying to make people laugh. Kevin started playing sports very young, including hockey competitively from the age of 3 on...
  • Blog Post: Jennifer Damon, Maine

    In January of 2006, I was working the overnight shift at a rehab for women when I started feeling the “classic” symptoms of a heart attack. I was 31 years old and thought that I was too young to be having a heart attack, so I ignored those first symptoms. I noticed I was having difficulty...
  • Blog Post: Michelle Johnston, Vermont

    I'm alive because my husband knew CPR. Shelburne resident, and cardiac arrest survivor Michelle Johnston suffered sudden cardiac arrest in October 2009 and was saved by her husband. But that is not the end of her story. As an advocate in Vermont Michelle worked tirelessly to get legislation passed...
  • Blog Post: Ryan Boutin, New Hampshire

    On 07 July 2008, at seven years old, Ryan awoke with abdominal pain. We took him to the Pediatrician’s office that afternoon, and he had an emergency appendectomy at 5pm. While in recovery, the Anesthesiologist informed us that he had noticed an irregular heartbeat. Our Pediatrician ordered additional...