Sponsored By American Heart Association

In January 2017, Amy Cavaliere was healthy and active, running after three kids under the age of nine and volunteering at her children’s school and sports teams. There was no history of heart disease in her family, and no warning signs leading up to the massive heart attack she experienced unexpectedly. Now back on her feet and an American Heart Association volunteer and survivor, watch the video to hear her inspiring story.


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