Join Team Palomar for our kick-off activity for the fall, the 5K West Coast SCADaddle for Research. We currently have 21 members on our team and we’d love to increase that number! This is a fun run/walk (that’s right…no need to run), we’ll have plenty of folks enjoying a pleasant stroll in beautiful Carlsbad to support this great cause. The event will begin at 9:00 am on Saturday, September 10th.
We chose this event in support of one of our own, Marti Snyder, who survived SCAD this year. Join Team Palomar to help raise money for research on Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD). SCAD is a type of a heart attack, not associated with the typical risk factors of heart disease.
Unlike the typical heart attack, SCAD is relatively uncommon and often impacts younger, otherwise healthy individuals. SCAD occurs more often in women than men and can be fatal. Research is needed to identify the cause(s) and the best treatment options.
The fun run/walk will start at Aqua Hedionda Lagoon (4200 Garfield Street, Carlsbad) – North Shore Hubbs Trail and end at The Discovery Center (1580 Cannon Road, Carlsbad). There will be vendors, a silent auction and fun for all!
Shuttles will be available to take you back to your vehicle.
Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Presentation After 5K
Dr. Sharonne Hayes, SCAD Research Program Team Lead from Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN), will present the latest SCAD research findings at 1:00pm at the Discovery Center. All are welcome.
Click the link below to join Team Palomar for the 2016 5K West Coast SCADaddle for Research to be held on September 10, 2016. If you would like to participate, the fee is $30.00 for age 13 and over and $15.00 for ages 6-12. Team Life will provide participants with a Palomar Team Life shirt, backpack, towel and water bottle and we’ll collaborate in advance and make a really fun day of it!