By Adam Pick on October 12, 2019
Woo-Whoo! I’m excited to share that Amy and Pete Johnson are putting on the 2nd “Rock From the Heart for Aortic Health” event next February 7-8 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
By Adam Pick on October 9, 2019
Unexpected and wonderful!!!
By Adam Pick on September 6, 2019
As heart disease patients, we receive advice – from our friends, from our family and, most importantly, from our medical team.
By Adam Pick on August 6, 2019
Something special recently happened! More than 50 patients and their care partners traveled to Edwards Lifesciences, a leading heart valve manufacturer in Irvine, California, to meet each other, to share their stories and drive helpful insights for Edwards, and to inspire action within our community – the heart valve patient community.
By Adam Pick on June 5, 2019
I love hearing about great people at responsible companies doing extraordinary things!
By Adam Pick on May 16, 2019
I don’t know about you… But, I can’t leave Costco without getting a hot rotisserie chicken. And, it’s not just Costco. I’m into all types of rotisserie chicken from different grocery stores and ethnic restaurants. I simply love the taste and different flavors.
By Adam Pick on April 1, 2019
Today, I learned that Mick Jagger, lead singer of The Rolling Stones, will undergo heart valve replacement surgery in the very near future. As a result of his condition, Jagger and The Rolling Stones have postponed their upcoming tour in the United States.
By Adam Pick on March 28, 2019
By Adam Pick on March 25, 2019
Great news! The patient response to our recent webinar, “Advances in Mitral Valve Therapy”, was extraordinary. Hosted by Dr. Clyde Yancy, the immediate Past-President of the American Heart Association, and Dr. Charles Davidson, the Professor of Cardiology at Northwestern Medicine, this live 60-minute session connected patients from all over the world in real-time to discuss mitral valve disease, heart failure and the newest technologies and clinical trials helping patients.
By Adam Pick on March 13, 2019
[Update: This webinar occurred on Wednesday, March 13, 2019. You can download the free eBook or watch the webinar video playback by clicking here.]