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Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Grant

© 2013

Hear more about why Grant is a Faces of Stroke Ambassador for National Stroke Association's August 2013 stroke awareness mini-campaign about returning to work post-stroke.

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Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Jason

© 2012

Jason Serapiglia, 32, is not your typical face of Afib. Atrial fibrillation (Afib) is more common in people age 60 and older and often has no symptoms.

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Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Jim

© 2013

Jim and his wife, Jackie, made lifestyle and nutrition changes as a family after Jim’s stroke.

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Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Karen

© 2013

Hear more about why Karen is a Faces of Stroke Ambassadors for National Stroke Association's September 2013 stroke awareness mini-campaign about National Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month.

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Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Kathy

© 2013

Hear more about why Kathy is a Faces of Stroke Ambassador for National Stroke Association's February 2013 stroke awareness mini-campaign about heart-brain connection.

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Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Pat

© 2012

In most cases, atrial fibrillation (Afib) is asymptomatic. Meet Pat, affected by Afib, who is raising awareness on this important subject.

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Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Ruth

© 2013

Hear more about why Ruth is a Faces of Stroke Ambassador for National Stroke Association's July 2013 stroke awareness mini-campaign about Acting FAST to save lives.

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Faces of Stroke Ambassador: Sonja

© 2013

Meet Sonja, stroke survivor and Pseudobulbar affect (PBA) patient, and her daughter Amber. Together they are speaking out on this often undiagnosed condition.

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Faces of Stroke Ambassadors: Pamela and Diana

© 2013

Hear more about why Pamela and Diana are Faces of Stroke Ambassadors for National Stroke Association's April 2013 stroke awareness mini-campaign about National Minority Health Month.

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Faces of Stroke and Atrial Fibrillation

© 2012

Watch this public service announcement featuring Jason and Pat, who have been impacted by Afib and stroke and want to save lives by educating others about how to keep stroke at bay.

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