First, our thoughts go out to those who suffered from Hurricane Ike over the weekend, from those who are dealing with the devastating aftermath of the winds and water in Galveston, Houston, and all along the Texas coast, to those throughout the middle portion of the country who are dealing with flooding from Ike. We hope that you and your families are safe and well.
Now, on to atrial fibrillation topics…
For those in Georgia and Pennsylvania, we hope you can join us at these upcoming atrial fibrillation seminars in late September in celebration of Atrial Fibrillation Month:
If you’re not close to one of these locations, please ask your local hospital to bring me in to do an atrial fibrillation program for your community.
Over the next few months we’d like to help get some local afib support groups started. If you’re interested, please click on this link to contact us.
Please keep spreading the word with family and friends about Atrial Fibrillation Month and about subscribing to our StopAfib.org Newsletter to get the latest atrial fibrillation news. To get more info, please click on this link.
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