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Every year in the U.S., 40,000 men, women, and children survive SCA. And while SCA remains the leading cause of death nationwide, the good news is that the number of people who survive is growing — meaning efforts to improve survival are working.

Raising awareness. Supporting survivors. Building hope.

Surviving SCA is often a dramatic event in someone’s life, one that can lead to new challenges to overcome. Many survivors face not only changes in their health and behavior, but also changes in their way of thinking about themselves and about life. And that’s where this website comes in—with resources to help you and your loved ones face life after sudden cardiac arrest. If you’ve survived SCA, you’ve gotten a second chance at life. But you also deserve a second chance at living.