About The Campaign


The annual awareness day on February 22 aims to increase recognition of the specific risks and symptoms of heart valve disease, improve detection and treatment, and ultimately save lives. While heart valve disease can be disabling and deadly, available treatments can save lives, making education and awareness particularly important. On this day and throughout the year, the campaign partners—100+ non-profits, advocacy organizations, professional societies, foundations, and hospitals and heart centers—are helping to spread the word about valve disease.

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Welcome, Iowa Heart Center Foundation

May 12, 2022
Iowa Heart Center Foundation is a non-profit organization focusing on the prevention of heart disease. For over 30 years, Iowa Heart Center Foundation has contributed to clinical and community outreach…

Welcome, Stroke Association Ghana

February 14, 2022
Stroke Association Support Network-Ghana(SASNET Ghana) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in March 2012 by Dr Alpha Chris, Ad Adams Ebenezer and Dr Ben Jabuni. It is legally constituted in…
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3 out of 4 people know little to nothing about heart valve disease

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Tune in to our conversation with @NCBA1970 president and CEO Karyne Jones about the importance of health equity in combatting valve disease along with the NCBA's role in raising awareness:


Last February, we celebrated the 5th anniversary of Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day. With the help of over 115 partners and thousands of advocates, we spread awareness around a condition that impacts 11 million each year. visit to learn more.

Over the past year, the Alliance for Aging Research staff have strived for access to research, innovation, and quality care for everyone as they age. To say the year 2021 was challenging is truly an understatement. Here are a few highlights from this past year 🧵

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is critical in managing your atrial fibrillation. This may include losing weight, regular exercise, managing blood pressure, quitting smoking and alcohol or treating sleep apnea.

Learn more in our latest educational films.

This #OlderAmericansMonth, we invite you to learn more about our work in the Alliance’s 2021 Impact Report: Heartbreak and Hope: Meeting the Needs of Older Americans.


Are you familiar with Atrial Fibrilation (AFib)?

Our new educational films explore the risks, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for AFib, one of the most common types of arrhythmias.

See the full film here: https://t.co/duvSkD0Juq

We celebrate healthy aging, regardless of where you are. Whether you're here on planet earth, or in a galaxy far far away, we wish you a happy Older Jedi's Month (is that a thing?)


#HeartValveDisease raises the risk of atrial fibrillation (AFib)—one of the most common types of irregular heart rhythms. Check out these new films to learn more about AFib and its connection to stroke risk.