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Patient Becomes Advocate and Teaches Doctors About Heart Attacks

February 12, 2019

Patient Becomes Advocate and Teaches Doctors About Heart Attacks

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At 38, Katherine Leon wasn’t supposed to have a heart attack, which is why it was first overlooked. Sharing her story with doctors shed light on a type of heart attack that was once virtually unknown.

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Tags: Dr. Sharonne Hayes, Mayo Clinic News Network, Spontaneous coronary artery dissection


Young, Healthy Woman Says Heart Attack 'Saved My Life'

October 16, 2018

Young, Healthy Woman Says Heart Attack ‘Saved My Life’

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Beth Shelburne chalked up her symptoms to a panic attack after a particularly stressful day at work as a news anchor and reporter. Her eventual diagnosis led her to Mayo Clinic.

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Tags: Dr. Charanjit Rihal, Dr. Sharonne Hayes, fibromuscular dysplasia, SCAD, Spontaneous coronary artery dissection


Symposium Gives Women With Heart Disease the Chance to Become Advocates

July 20, 2017

Symposium Gives Women With Heart Disease the Chance to Become Advocates

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Dina Piersawl didn’t know she was at risk for heart disease. Having a stroke at age 41 changed that. Now she’s determined to help educate other women about heart health through her work with WomenHeart.

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Tags: cardiology, Dr. Sharonne Hayes, Heart Disease, stroke


February 1, 2016

It Would Be Un-Minnesotan (and Un-Mayo) Not to Join This Cause

By In the Loop intheloop

If you’re reading this, you’re probably Minnesotan. Or know a Minnesotan. Or at least know where Minnesota is on a map. Or, maybe you’re not from around here and just have a vague notion that Mayo Clinic has its roots in the North Star State. (It’s OK, we Minnesotans have thick, if frost-bitten, skin.) The […]

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Tags: Community, Diversity, Dr. John Noseworthy, Dr. Sharonne Hayes, Inclusion, Minnesota


March 31, 2015

No Longer Fitness Challenged

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Al McFarlane would like to one day say he’s not half the man he used to be. McFarlane, of Minneapolis, who once weighed more than 300 pounds, decided he needed to take better care of himself, so he set a goal, made a plan and set about getting there. When he started to see some […]

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Tags: Dr. Sharonne Hayes, Dr. Tammi Howard, Mayo Clinic Square, sports medicine


November 6, 2014

Research Into Rare Condition Gets a Personal Boost

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Heidi Henson was young, a marathon runner who took good care of herself, and she nearly died of a heart attack at age 35. Judy Alico was just 51, with low blood pressure, low cholesterol, not overweight, and a non-smoker. She had a sudden heart attack and was not as lucky. Heidi lived to tell her […]

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Tags: cardiology, Dr. Sharonne Hayes, Spontaneous coronary artery dissection, Women's Heart Clinic


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