28 Days, 28 Hearts
Join UT Southwestern in 28 Days, 28 Hearts
How can you get involved in 28 Days, 28 Hearts?
In observance of Heart Month, we’ll be introducing you to a new heart disease survivor every day in February.
28 Patients Living with Heart Disease
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of both men and women around the world. That’s why UT Southwestern is joining the American Heart Association in raising awareness of this deadly disease. This Heart Month we’ll be featuring 28 UT Southwestern patients and their individual journeys with heart disease. Follow along every day as a new patient story is highlighted. We encourage you to talk to your doctor and ask about your risk for heart disease and what you can do to prevent it.
Follow along as 28 survivors share their experiences with heart disease – we’ll have a new story each day this month!
A Better Life with a Better Heart
Her Own Best Advocate
The Heart of a Champion
A Heart That Can Now Go the Distance
Not For the Faint of Heart
A Nurse with a Rare Heart
Against the Odds
Her Heart Will Go On
It's All About the Climb
Running the Heart Race
Back on Stage with New Organs
The Beat of a Mother's Heart
A Muscle Disease that Tugs at Your Heart
From Heart Failure to Heart Success
Down on the Court, to Back on the Court
A Reality of the Heart
Why Your Heart Loves Exercise
A Tale of Two Hearts
State of the Heart
A Racing Heart
A Grateful Heart
A Heart of Gold
In a Heartbeat
Lend a helping hand by giving from your heart
UT Southwestern is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading heart disease treatment and research centers. Our mission is to bring together the strengths of UT Southwestern in both basic research and clinical medicine to improve the lives of heart patients. Your contribution to UT Southwestern will enable us to advance promising new research and treatments that will benefit today’s patients and generations to come.