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The clock is ticking. Despite the best of care from your physicians and surgeons, your time is getting shorter every day. The time for you to choose better health is slipping away – indeed, a heart attack or stroke or other blood vessel catastrophe might be lurking in the shadows, right now, waiting for you to delay making your choice for a treatment that might help lower your risks.
Many people have no idea of how “close” their future is right now …
In the next 30 minutes or so, while you are reading this report:
35 Americans will die from their heart disease – discovered or not.
42 people will suffer with a heart attack.2
31 of those will suffer their unexpected first heart attack.2
12 will suffer with their feared second or later heart attack.2
21 people will die from their heart attack.
19 people will suffer their unexpected sudden cardiac arrest outside of the hospital – about 90% of them will die.
Being in the hospital won’t give you much reassurance: 12 people will suffer their unexpected cardiac arrest in the “safety” of their hospital bed, under the watchful eyes of their nurses and doctors.3
All told, in the next 30 minutes while you are reading this report:
45 Americans will die from their known or unexpected heart disease, stroke, or other blood vessel disease.3
434 Americans will undergo an operation or other procedure, one of the ever-increasing number specifically intended to assist with their heart and blood vessel diseases.3 How many of them will die soon, despite the best efforts of their surgeons?
While this valuable report focuses on heart disease – since someone (else!) dies every 90 seconds – your reading will show you that our incredible treatment can help as well with leg blood vessel blockage (PAD or peripheral arterial disease) and early gangrene, macular degeneration, kidney disease, and stroke3.
- About 795,000 Americans have a stroke every year.
- An American has a stroke about once every 40 seconds – that’s 45 people in the 30 minutes while you are reading this report.
- Stroke causes 1 of every 20 deaths in the United States.
- Stroke is a leading cause of disability.
- Stroke is the leading preventable cause of disability.
The statistics go on and on for every blood vessel disease, for high blood pressure, for diabetes, all of which can be helped by our treatments – but surely you now understand more than you ever expected to know, perhaps more than your doctors ever shared before.
Take a couple of minutes right now to discuss these sobering numbers with your wife (or your husband – since each of you might not realize that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, taking more lives than all forms of cancer combined3).
Are you, as a couple, willing to face these disturbing real-life statistics of your family, neighbors, and friends suffering and dying, despite the very best efforts of doctors and surgeons offering our “modern” medical care?
Does it make sense for you to learn right now about alternatives that might improve your health, enhance your vitality, restore and maintain your independent activities in your own home, even save your life?
I can’t feel your pain. But very likely I can help you enough to where you won’t feel it either.
Still suffering? Fix it now or live to regret it.
 CDC, NCHS. Underlying Cause of Death 1999-2013 on CDC WONDER Online Database, released 2015. Data are from the Multiple Cause of Death Files, 1999-2013, as compiled from data provided by the 57 vital statistics jurisdictions through the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program. Accessed Feb. 3, 2015.
 Mozaffarian D, Benjamin EJ, Go AS, et al. Heart disease and stroke statistics—2015 update: a report from the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2015;131:e29-322.
 American Heart Association Statistics Committee and Stroke Statistics Subcommittee. Heart disease and stroke statistics— 2015 update: a report from the American Heart Association [published online ahead of print December 17, 2014]. Circulation. doi: 10.1161/CIR.0000000000000152.