A research team has discovered certain genetic elements linked to a higher risk of developing Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD).
Vascular Cures was selected as a winner in the 29th annual National Health Information Awards℠. This program recognizes the nation’s best consumer health information programs and materials.
A Patient Blogpost by Asher, Vascular Cures Patient Partner :
Have you ever been called the wrong name or been mistakenly labeled as the opposite sex?
The Steps for PAD Challenge is a run/walk/activity challenge that promotes vascular health while raising awareness for Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). This is our third annual event during...
Vascular Cures is pleased to announce that Tammy T. Nguyen MD PhD, Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Massachusetts, is the 2022 Wylie Scholar.
To help improve the use of PROMS in PAD, Vascular Cures created the PROM-PAD Working Group. The...
A Patient Blogpost by Bill, Vascular Cures Patient Partner :
I was diagnosed with Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) by my primary care provider some ten years ago. Having never heard of this disease before, the first thing I did when I got home was Google it.
2022 Health Equity Grants Vascular Cures Health Equity Grants are designed to fund collaborative...