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Anthony Bates Foundation

"Screening Young Hearts...
Saving Young Lives"


The Anthony Bates Foundation (ABF) believes that no parent should suffer the heartbreak of losing a child to an undiagnosed cardiac malady; we seek to eliminate preventable Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).



Welcome!

HEART month continues here! We need your support at the Anthony Bates Foundation as we carry-on with promoting, educating and raising awareness of HCM; the leading killer of young athletes in this country. The ABF Quest 2020 seeks support to screen 1,000,000 youth in the next 10 years. We need your help!

Give today to save someone's life tomorrow!



Heart Screenings on the Calendar:

Raymond S. Kellis High School, Sat., April 19, 2014
Glendale & South West Valley Community, Glendale, AZ

Brophy College Prep Academy, Sat., May 10, 2014
Assist in Sports Physicals, large screening in fall, Phoenix, AZ

Anthem Outlet Mall, Sat., August 9, 2014

Back to School Blast, Anthem, AZ

Cactus Canyon Junior High School, Sat., FALL 2014
Apache Junction & East Valley Community, Apache Junction, AZ

Kansas State University, Sunday, FALL 2014
K-State Alumni Center, 1702 Alumni Ave., Manhattan, KS 66503

Paradise Valley High School, Sat., March 14 2015
PV, Phoenix & East Valley Community, Phoenix, AZ


Heart Screenings in Planning Stages:

Phoenix Community, Phoenix, AZ, Fall 2014 & Spring 2015
Glendale Union High Schools; Fountain Hills High School;
Desert Vista High School; Brophy College Preparatory;

Grand Canyon University; additional Peoria Unified High Schools;

& an Australia debut for our friends down-under!




 
Anthony died at age 20. He had no symptoms! Do you? Early detection can save lives.
Got Heart? GET SCREENED!


WHO IS AFFECTED BY HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY?
HCM crosses ALL age groups, ethnicity and genders. Young athletes represent only 15% of fatalities caused by HCM. It is the added physical
exertion of the heart during exercise and the cool down phase of the heart that will cause a Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).


Many people experience no symptoms of heart disease while others may have:

  • * Shortness of Breath
  • * Chest Pain
  • * Heart Palpitations
  • * Light-headedness & Blackouts



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