On July 13, Chase Community Giving will give away $5 million dollars to 200 non-profit organizations — $250K to one grand prize winner, $100K each to four runners up, and $20K each to 195 others.
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Mellanie True Hills is providing an invaluable service to people like myself who have found themselves mystified by the vagaries of atrial fibrillation. Her research has proved invaluable, and this award would be sure to keep her providing the information we so badly need.
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I do not know how Mellanie Truehills does it, but the amount of knowledge I have been able to take to my cardiologist concerning my Lone Atrial Fib treatment is unbelievable. Unbenounced to her and her website, she has become an active part in my care to include my medications.
I am so grateful for the invaluable information she has provided.
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Nine days ago at the Baylor Heart Hospital in Plano, Texas, Dr. James R. Edgerton performed a totally thorascopic maze procedure to stop my A Fib of more than 10 years. Since the procedure I have had minimal pain, no blood loss, but most important NO ATRIAL FIBRILLATION!!! You don’t have to live with a-fib, please have your cardiologist make an appointment for you….
That’s awesome. Congratulations. Thanks for sharing your experience.