Living with vascular disease

Watch real stories about vascular disease

Denise’s story: coronary artery disease

Since being diagnosed with coronary artery disease (CAD), Denise has suffered two heart attacks in three years. Since losing her father to a heart attack, she hopes to educate her children on vascular disease and the ways to reduce their own risk of CAD.
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Wendy’s story: peripheral artery disease

Wendy has been on a 3-year journey towards acceptance since her amputation due to peripheral artery disease (PAD). She has now reached a point of empowerment over her condition to ensure that she continues to live the life that she wants moving forward.
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Nick’s story: coronary artery disease

Nick has made an effort to lose weight and maintain an active lifestyle to ensure that coronary artery disease (CAD) doesn’t affect his quality of life, as it did for his father.
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Gill’s story: peripheral artery disease

It has taken Gill a long time to come to terms with the fact that there is no curative treatment for peripheral artery disease (PAD). Her journey moving forwards will be about making lifestyle adjustments to maintain a good quality of life and stop the condition from worsening.
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Professor Martin Cowie at TEDx London

Leading cardiologist Professor Martin Cowie discusses the impact of vascular diseases on the modern world as part of TEDx London 2018: Beyond Borders.
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