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More than 2 million Americans are living with a type of irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation (AFib), including the husband of award-winning actress Susan Lucci. People living with AFib have a nearly five-times greater risk of stroke than those without the condition, and strokes associated with AFib can be about twice as likely to be fatal or severely disabling as other types of stroke.
Susan and her husband, Helmut Huber, are helping raise awareness about AFib and its link to stroke with the attached public service announcement. The PSA is part of the disease awareness program Facing AFib, Get Serious About Stroke, which encourages Americans to visit www.FacingAfib.com and take the pledge to learn more about the condition and to commit to discussing ways to reduce AFib-related stroke with a doctor.
We hope that you will help us alert your readers to the increased risk of stroke associated with AFib by printing this PSA in your publication. Additionally, we are happy to accommodate requests for custom sizes.
Facing AFib is supported by National Stroke Association and StopAfib.org, along with founding sponsor Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
If you have any questions, or would like more information regarding this PSA, please contact Rebecca Woolf at WestGlen Communications at email@example.com or 800-325-8677 x222.
Thank you for your consideration of this public service message.