Professor Bob Graham, executive director of the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute is leading Australia’s first research into SCAD.
Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (also known as SCAD) is where the coronary arteries which supply blood to your heart can develop a tear in their inner layer
Pamela McKenzie was in her early 40s and fit and healthy when she suffered a severe heart attack, leaving doctors puzzled.
A West Australian grandmother is giving hope to patients with a rare and deadly heart disorder, after recruiting survivors on social media who are now part of an Australian-first study.
After surviving a heart attack of her own, cardiology nurse Kristin O'Meara has a clear and important message for women: "Listen to your body."
"Heart attack survivor Laura Haywood-Cory, one of my heart sisters and a fellow “graduate” of the WomenHeart Science & Leadership Symposium at Mayo Clinic, emailed me with great excitement last week"