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WIN a copy of 'Fight Heart Disease Like Cancer' by Michael V. McConnell, MD, MSEE

Offer ends: 30 August 2024

We are delighted to be able to give away 5 copies of'Fight Heart Disease Like Cancer' by Michael V. McConnell, MD, MSEE. Here's how to enter...

In Fight Heart Disease Like Cancer, cardiologist Michael McConnell shares the stories of his family, patients, and research to lay out a modern and effective approach to preventing, screening for, and treating heart disease like cancer to avoid its dire consequences.

Dr. McConnell highlights the latest research on the substantial overlap between heart disease and cancer, from shared risk factors to screening for early detection to new and powerful therapies. In accessible language, and with personal perspectives from his daughters Mia and Kelly, he explains

• how heart disease grows in similar ways to cancer
• how to screen for early heart disease
• prevention techniques that incorporate both a heart-healthy lifestyle and medical help when needed
• simple and powerful therapies to reverse heart disease and prevent heart attacks and strokes
• digital health technologies, including wearable devices and artificial intelligence, that broaden access for detecting and monitoring heart disease

Dr. McConnell, through his work with the American Heart Association and the National Fitness Foundation, also highlights the many ways our society can reduce heart disease for all. Fight Heart Disease Like Cancer will guide you step-by-step on how to prevent, screen for, and treat heart disease to live a healthier and longer life.

You can watch Dr. McConnell's Expert Interview here

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