Heart Groups Selected 373 - 384 of 426

United States

Mission: to raise money and awareness for congenital heart defects through community involvement, fundraising events, and service projects directly benefiting local children.

United States

Mission: Improving the quality of life for individuals affected by the 22q11.2 deletion syndrome through family and professional partnerships.

United States

Mission: to improve the identification of individuals at risk for aortic dissections and the treatment of thoracic aortic disease through medical research.

United States

Mission: to provide funding for life saving cardiac procedures for individuals who, due to limited means and no insurance, would be otherwise unable to receive life saving treatment.

United States

Mission: to improving the health of women and babies through genetic research, and to finding the cause of serious diseases affecting women's health, pregnancy, and childbirth.

United States

Mission: to 'advance the heart' by raising funds to directly support research for innovative cardiac technology.

United States

Mission: to provide financial support to families coping with the traumatic reality of congenital heart defects, the most common birth defect in the United States.

United Kingdom

Mission: to providing support, current information, and understanding to those affected by Noonan syndrome.

United States

Mission: to educate patients and families suffering from heart disease, including both pediatric and adults, to be pro-active with their healthcare.


Mission: to support medical research to change the lives of people with heart and lung diseases, degraded joints, mental illness, cystic fibrosis, heart failure and chronic disease.


Mission: to work within a united pulmonary hypertension community and to provide leadership in awareness, advocacy, education and patient support on behalf of all Canadians living with PH.


Leading therapeutic institution in the Republic of Kazakhstan where over 6000 patients from all over the country having the most complicated cardiological, endocrinological, rheumatologic, allergic and gastroenterological diseases undergo in-patient treatment.