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Heart and Stroke Foundation
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Healthy lives free of heart disease and stroke. Together we will make it happen.
Healthy lives free of heart disease and stroke. Together we will make it happen.

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When Stacey Yepes had a stroke last year, she knew the signs and acted FAST.
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Heart Month is around the corner. Get involved by organizing your own local fundraising event for the Heart and Stroke Foundation in February. http://bit.ly/HeartMonthFundraiser
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Find the tools you need to inspire heart-healthy habits in kids that last a lifetime. http://bit.ly/HeartHealthyKids
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Stroke is a medical emergency. Know the signs of stroke and act FAST.
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Join thousands of Canadians this February as a Heart and Stroke Foundation Canvasser. bit.ly/HSFVolunteer
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Make sure every Canadian knows the signs of stroke. Act FAST and share this with your friends. http://bit.ly/SignsOfStrokeFAST
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Thank you for your on-going support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation in 2014. We look forward to sharing more news of our life-saving research with you in 2015. http://bit.ly/_MakeHistoryAgain
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Foundation-funded researcher Dr. Andrew Krahn’s is trying to identify and treat cardiac arrest before it can happen — even in individuals who appear healthy but are actually at risk. And by understanding inherited abnormalities, Dr. Krahn is hoping to spot at-risk family members and help protect them with treatment.

See history in the making: http://bit.ly/_MakingHistory 
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Thanks to you we've created more survivors who will get to come home this holiday season. #CreateSurvivors http://bit.ly/CreateSurvivors
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Ottawa researchers, led by Dr. Erik Suuronen, created an organic collagen-based gel that when injected into damaged tissue, attracts the body’s cells to spur regeneration. http://bit.ly/_MakingHistory 
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