1. National Stroke Association has developed a Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign that aims to educate about the connection between Afib and stroke through personal stories. The enclosed public service announcement introduces your viewers to two campaign ambassadors who have been impacted by Afib and stroke and want to save lives by educating others about how to keep stroke at bay. Jason, 32, suffers from Afib, a type of irregular heartbeat that increases his chances of having a stroke by five times. Pat, 62, is a two-time stroke survivor with Afib that was not diagnosed until after she suffered her first stroke.

    Afib is most common in people over age 60. While 2.2 Americans have been diagnosed with Afib, there is a need for more awareness about the condition and its dangerous connection to stroke. There are not often visible symptoms, but some patients describe fluttering, racing or pounding sensations in their chests. The good news is that up to 80 percent of Afib-related strokes can be prevented. Encouraging people to talk with a healthcare professional to determine their risk for Afib is the first step to diagnosis and helping to prevent a stroke.

    National Stroke Association is the only national organization in the U.S. that focuses 100 percent of its efforts on stroke by developing compelling education and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support for all impacted by stroke. The Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign aims to change the public perceptions of stroke through education and personal stories of those impacted by the fourth leading cause of death.

    Together, Jason and Pat’s stories illustrate how Afib does not discriminate against age, and how their very different experiences have led them to be champions for raising awareness of Afib and stroke. Imagine the difference you could make if you could help empower the public to learn more about Afib and prevent Afib-related strokes—through powerful stories that carry more weight than statistics ever can.

    Learn more about this campaign and Afib and stroke at stroke.org/faces.

    If you have any questions, please contact Julia Liu at julia@boombroadcast.com or at (609) 748-7411.

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  2. National Stroke Association has developed a Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign to educate Americans about the connection between Atrial Fibrillation (“Afib”) and stroke. Because Afib is one of the major risk factors for stroke, it is important to encourage people to talk with a doctor to determine their risk for Afib as the first step toward diagnosis and stroke prevention. Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. and up to 80 percent of strokes can be prevented.

    Afib is a type of irregular heartbeat that affects more than 2 million people in the U.S. Symptoms can include an irregular heartbeat, resulting in heart palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath or overall weakness. Many people with Afib have no symptoms at all. Although it can occur at any age, it is most common in older adults, especially those with high blood pressure, heart disease or lung disease.

    Please use the enclosed :30- and :60-second public service announcements to introduce your viewers to Karen, a Faces of Stroke campaign ambassador. Karen’s husband was diagnosed with Afib and subsequently suffered a stroke. Karen became his caregiver for many years before he passed away. Karen is honoring her husband today by sharing their story and urging the public to take control of their health.

    National Stroke Association is the only national organization in the U.S. that focuses 100 percent of its efforts on stroke by developing compelling education and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support for all impacted by stroke. The Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign aims to change the public perceptions of stroke through education and personal stories of those impacted by the fourth leading cause of death.

    Learn more about this campaign and Afib and stroke at stroke.org/afib-stroke.

    If you have any questions, please contact our team at psa@boombroadcast.com or at (609) 748-7411.

    Please click on the play arrow to preview the PSA. If you want to download the PSA, scroll down on this page and click on "Clip Info/Download" to see the downloadable files - you will want to click on "Original .MOV file" for a broadcast quality PSA. And, if you clicked on "Original .MOV file" and your browser just started to load and play the video instead of downloading, try right-clicking on "Original .MOV file" and choosing the 'Save as,' 'Save target as,' 'Save link as,' or 'Download linked file' option.

    This video contains information that is, or may be, covered by electronic communications privacy laws, and is also confidential and proprietary in nature. If you are not the intended recipient, please be advised that you are legally prohibited from retaining, using, copying, distributing, or otherwise disclosing this information in any manner. Instead, please contact psa@boombroadcast.com that you have received this communication in error and then immediately delete it. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

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  3. National Stroke Association has developed a Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign to educate Americans about the connection between Atrial Fibrillation (“Afib”) and stroke. Because Afib is one of the major risk factors for stroke, it is important to encourage people to talk with a doctor to determine their risk for Afib as the first step toward diagnosis and stroke prevention. Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. and up to 80 percent of strokes can be prevented.

    Afib is a type of irregular heartbeat that affects more than 2 million people in the U.S. Symptoms can include an irregular heartbeat, resulting in heart palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath or overall weakness. Many people with Afib have no symptoms at all. Although it can occur at any age, it is most common in older adults, especially those with high blood pressure, heart disease or lung disease.

    Please use the enclosed :30- and :60-second public service announcements to introduce your viewers to Karen, a Faces of Stroke campaign ambassador. Karen’s husband was diagnosed with Afib and subsequently suffered a stroke. Karen became his caregiver for many years before he passed away. Karen is honoring her husband today by sharing their story and urging the public to take control of their health.

    National Stroke Association is the only national organization in the U.S. that focuses 100 percent of its efforts on stroke by developing compelling education and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support for all impacted by stroke. The Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign aims to change the public perceptions of stroke through education and personal stories of those impacted by the fourth leading cause of death.

    Learn more about this campaign and Afib and stroke at stroke.org/afib-stroke.

    If you have any questions, please contact our team at psa@boombroadcast.com or at (609) 748-7411.

    Please click on the play arrow to preview the PSA. If you want to download the PSA, scroll down on this page and click on "Clip Info/Download" to see the downloadable files - you will want to click on "Original .MOV file" for a broadcast quality PSA. And, if you clicked on "Original .MOV file" and your browser just started to load and play the video instead of downloading, try right-clicking on "Original .MOV file" and choosing the 'Save as,' 'Save target as,' 'Save link as,' or 'Download linked file' option.

    This video contains information that is, or may be, covered by electronic communications privacy laws, and is also confidential and proprietary in nature. If you are not the intended recipient, please be advised that you are legally prohibited from retaining, using, copying, distributing, or otherwise disclosing this information in any manner. Instead, please contact psa@boombroadcast.com that you have received this communication in error and then immediately delete it. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

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  4. National Stroke Association has developed a Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign to educate Americans about the connection between Atrial Fibrillation (“Afib”) and stroke. Because Afib is one of the major risk factors for stroke, it is important to encourage people to talk with a doctor to determine their risk for Afib as the first step toward diagnosis and stroke prevention. Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. and up to 80 percent of strokes can be prevented.

    Afib is a type of irregular heartbeat that affects more than 2 million people in the U.S. Symptoms can include an irregular heartbeat, resulting in heart palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath or overall weakness. Many people with Afib have no symptoms at all. Although it can occur at any age, it is most common in older adults, especially those with high blood pressure, heart disease or lung disease.

    Please use the enclosed :30- and :60-second public service announcements to introduce your viewers to Karen, a Faces of Stroke campaign ambassador. Karen’s husband was diagnosed with Afib and subsequently suffered a stroke. Karen became his caregiver for many years before he passed away. Karen is honoring her husband today by sharing their story and urging the public to take control of their health.

    National Stroke Association is the only national organization in the U.S. that focuses 100 percent of its efforts on stroke by developing compelling education and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support for all impacted by stroke. The Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign aims to change the public perceptions of stroke through education and personal stories of those impacted by the fourth leading cause of death.

    Learn more about this campaign and Afib and stroke at stroke.org/afib-stroke.

    If you have any questions, please contact our team at psa@boombroadcast.com or at (609) 748-7411.

    Please click on the play arrow to preview the PSA. If you want to download the PSA, scroll down on this page and click on "Clip Info/Download" to see the downloadable files - you will want to click on "Original .MOV file" for a broadcast quality PSA. And, if you clicked on "Original .MOV file" and your browser just started to load and play the video instead of downloading, try right-clicking on "Original .MOV file" and choosing the 'Save as,' 'Save target as,' 'Save link as,' or 'Download linked file' option.

    This video contains information that is, or may be, covered by electronic communications privacy laws, and is also confidential and proprietary in nature. If you are not the intended recipient, please be advised that you are legally prohibited from retaining, using, copying, distributing, or otherwise disclosing this information in any manner. Instead, please contact psa@boombroadcast.com that you have received this communication in error and then immediately delete it. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

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  5. National Stroke Association has developed a Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign to educate Americans about the connection between Atrial Fibrillation (“Afib”) and stroke. Because Afib is one of the major risk factors for stroke, it is important to encourage people to talk with a doctor to determine their risk for Afib as the first step toward diagnosis and stroke prevention. Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. and up to 80 percent of strokes can be prevented.

    Afib is a type of irregular heartbeat that affects more than 2 million people in the U.S. Symptoms can include an irregular heartbeat, resulting in heart palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath or overall weakness. Many people with Afib have no symptoms at all. Although it can occur at any age, it is most common in older adults, especially those with high blood pressure, heart disease or lung disease.

    Please use the enclosed :30- and :60-second public service announcements to introduce your viewers to Karen, a Faces of Stroke campaign ambassador. Karen’s husband was diagnosed with Afib and subsequently suffered a stroke. Karen became his caregiver for many years before he passed away. Karen is honoring her husband today by sharing their story and urging the public to take control of their health.

    National Stroke Association is the only national organization in the U.S. that focuses 100 percent of its efforts on stroke by developing compelling education and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support for all impacted by stroke. The Faces of Stroke public awareness campaign aims to change the public perceptions of stroke through education and personal stories of those impacted by the fourth leading cause of death.

    Learn more about this campaign and Afib and stroke at stroke.org/afib-stroke.

    If you have any questions, please contact our team at psa@boombroadcast.com or at (609) 748-7411.

    Please click on the play arrow to preview the PSA. If you want to download the PSA, scroll down on this page and click on "Clip Info/Download" to see the downloadable files - you will want to click on "Original .MOV file" for a broadcast quality PSA. And, if you clicked on "Original .MOV file" and your browser just started to load and play the video instead of downloading, try right-clicking on "Original .MOV file" and choosing the 'Save as,' 'Save target as,' 'Save link as,' or 'Download linked file' option.

    This video contains information that is, or may be, covered by electronic communications privacy laws, and is also confidential and proprietary in nature. If you are not the intended recipient, please be advised that you are legally prohibited from retaining, using, copying, distributing, or otherwise disclosing this information in any manner. Instead, please contact psa@boombroadcast.com that you have received this communication in error and then immediately delete it. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

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