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Every year, nearly 2,000 young athletes in the U.S. suffer sudden cardiac arrest, and most of them die. Melanie Afromsky's son, Adam, collapsed during a soccer game in Las Vegas on Mothers' Day 2012. He survived his sudden cardiac arrest. Now Melanie Afrmonsky, athletic trainers and doctors are working to identify and treat the condition before it kills.
Melanie Afromsky, Founder, Adam's Heart
Dr. Jonathan Drezner, Professor of Family Medicine, University of Washington
Jim Porter, licensed athletic trainer, Coordinator of Athletic Training Services for Clark County School District
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