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In 2020, three previously established planned gifts from forward-looking donors were received by the Sarver Heart Center and combined to establish the Sarver Heart Center Endowment for Innovation and Advancement.
While it isn’t clear that the increase is tied to COVID-19 or the financial and emotional stresses of the pandemic, Dr. Nancy Sweitzer recommends people practice self care to reduce stress that could lead to "broken heart syndrome.".
"This study is yet another example of persistent racial disparities in care throughout the U.S. health care system," said Dr. Khadijah Breathett, an assistant professor of cardiology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, in Tucson.