February 22nd, 2023
(All times are EST)
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy or HCM can be a debilitating and life-changing cardiovascular
disease that reduces physical function and overall well-being. HCM affects between 1 in 200
and 1 in 500 people in the general population, yet many people don’t know they have it.
hcm awareness day - video archive
The HCMA has changed many lives by acting as a beacon of light in the darkness, providing clarity in a time clouded by health issues, stress, emotional exhaustion, and concern for the future. This page presents some of those stories in the hope someone struggling understands that they are not alone but part of an HCM community strengthened by the HCMA.
Renowned cardiologist, Dr. Barry J. Maron has just published two clinically oriented papers in American College of Cardiology JACC Journals that will be helpful in guiding the management & diagnosis of patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
Could it be hcm?
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, or HCM, can be a serious heart condition, yet most people with HCM don’t even know they have it. Unexplained symptoms can be signs of many conditions, and only your doctor can determine whether your symptoms indicate HCM or another condition
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Invite your healthcare provider to participate!
In an effort to raise awareness, each day in February, we will featured an HCM warrior. They have graciously shared their journeys with us so you can learn about the impact of HCM. Please join us in celebrating their lives!