BEVERLY HILLS—According to a press release from the City of Beverly Hills, the Cardiovascular Research Foundation of Southern California is inviting expert Dr. Debra Judelson to join the City of Beverly Hills to help the community learn over lunch, the risks and signs of heart disease.
According to the Cardiovascular Research program, many people do not give a lot of thought to the idea of heart disease, which is a serious disease and awareness of the risks are essential.
The event goes along with the ideals found in the Cardiovascular Research Foundations Goals; the first being to do everything possible to find a potential “game changer.” The second being “to educate patients and contributors” of various new studies they are researching into. And the third and final goal is “to raise awareness of the latest techniques and therapies in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease.” Bringing the community together to learn of such factors helps the organization stay true to its goals.
The event which is being hosted by Heather Sumagaysay, and guest speaker Dr. Debra Judelson, is generating buzz and has Mayor Lille Bosse excited for the community to come together and learn about living heart healthy. She stated, “With Dr. Judelson’s expertise, I know we can save lives.”
The Cardiovascular Research Foundation and officials from the city of Beverly Hills are working together to make it easy for citizens to come learn about being heart healthy for free, at the Municipal Gallery in City Hall from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, June 26.
It is suggested that participants park at the Civic Center on Rexford Drive as it is free for two hours. To register call (310) 285-2537 before June 24, as seating is limited.