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  • Ellen Abramson

    LIve to Dance is a cardiac arrest survivor's story. Ellen Abramson was 51 years old when she had a heart attack. While recovering, she learned that more women die of cardiovascular disease than the next five causes of death including all forms of cancer. Sadly, only one in five women believes that heart disease is her greatest health threat. Ellen began a mission to educate women on their heart health risks and prevention. Read this book and save your life or the life of a woman you love.

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