Lori Brown selflessly shared her story with the Roanoke Go Red For Women Luncheon attendees this last year. She never thought it would happen to her. She is a young wife and mother and after learning she had atrial fib, each day of life became more important to her. After ablation in 2011, she feels great, but knows that further therapy might be needed. She shares her personal heart story and “Goes Red” to help educate other women on the importance of heart health, the No. 1 killer of women in the U. S.!
Nominated by Sarah Fedele
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