The video above is from My Research Legacy. This is a study that I will be participating in as one of eleven inaugural patients with the goal of getting 1,000's involved this first year. . I am so excited to be a part of this pilot study so that I can share my health data and hopefully in the future prevent others from having to go on this journey.
Today is Valentine's Day. A day that is marked with hearts and love. It's so fitting that today is the day that the American Heart Association launched my story about being a heart attack survivor. In this video, I share with you the reasons why I want to be part of My Research Legacy! It is so important to me that my passion for helping others who have suffered from a heart attack or other conditions or who have family members know that they are not alone. But they are all a part of this crazy journey called recovery and survival.
My Research Legacy is a pilot study that is taking your health data with the hope of saving other people's lives. You can join to If you are 21 to 49 years of age, of any race or ethnicity or gender, and have been diagnosed with a heart attack, stroke, atrial fibrillation, aortic dissection or systolic heart failure/cardiomyopathy, and you live in the United States and have access to a computer with an internet connection and a smartphone, then you are eligible for our Pilot Study.
Please follow the link to join My Research Legacy