How 3 People Are Leading a Legacy Against Cardiovascular Disease: New York Times + Novartis

When one person has a heart attack or stroke, it can alter the course of generations. In this piece from T Brand Studio and Novartis, you’ll find the stories of three people with cardiovascular disease who each faced distinct but all-too-common obstacles — unconscious bias, a family history of cardiovascular disease, poor access to healthy food as a child. They each took a pledge to lead a legacy of fewer lives lost to cardiovascular disease.

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New York Times

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Novartis

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Health & Wellness

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New York Times

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Novartis

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Health & Wellness
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