Group initiates effort to reduce heart attack death rates

10/14/2010 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

The American Heart Association is heading a campaign in South Dakota, Pittsburgh, Dallas and Atlanta to reduce heart attack deaths by 20% over a decade. Called Mission: Lifeline, the $103 million initiative would provide training and better equipment to paramedics and promote 911 as a first aid measure during heart attack emergencies, among other goals.

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