Vascular Cures, the only national non-profit focused on transforming research into vascular health, announced in March 2016 the launch of its latest initiative, Project Voice. A pilot study at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina is being led by Matthew Corriere, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery, to help patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD), a disease that afflicts more than 10 million Americans. Project Voice enables unique collaborations across the spectrum of vascular care. It brings the latest in digital health technology to the unique needs of the vascular health community leading to improved patient engagement, more powerful research and a communication bridge between patients and doctors. Find out more here.