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We want you to get smart about your heart, starting today. And we’re here to support you. Woman to woman, heart to heart.

If you’re a woman with heart disease, we invite you to connect with heart sisters through one of WomenHeart’s patient support services and to visit our guide to living with heart disease. Be inspired by our members’ stories of survival.
 
Click here to find a support group in your state.

If you’re a woman concerned about your risk for heart disease, visit our prevention and early detection section for heart-healthy tips and articles, including questions to ask your doctor.

For family and friends, read our caregiver tips and share your story about supporting a woman living with heart disease or one who is taking charge of her heart health.
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7/28/2014
WomenHeart of Huntington Support Network Meeting

8/4/2014
WomenHeart of Overland Park Support Network Meeting

8/5/2014
WomenHeart of New Castle County Support Group Meeting

8/5/2014
WomenHeart of Central Suffolk Support Network Meeting

8/9/2014
WomenHeart of Southern Maryland Support Network Meeting

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WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) patient advocacy organization with thousands of members nationwide, including women heart patients and their families, health care providers, advocates and consumers committed to helping women live longer, healthier lives. WomenHeart supports, educates and advocates on behalf of the 42 million American women living with or at risk of heart disease. Our programs are made possible by donations, grants and corporate partnerships.

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WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease is a founding partner of The Heart Truth Red Dress campaign. The Heart Truth and Red Dress are trademarks of HHS.