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Raising awareness of a heart condition that can affect anyone




Diane Rayson with her son Neil who was at home with her when she had her heart attack. (SG050118-158TW)
Diane Rayson with her son Neil who was at home with her when she had her heart attack. (SG050118-158TW)

Until last year, Diane Rayson had never heard of a rare heart condition called ‘SCAD’.

She kept herself active, looked after her health, and on the morning on May 2 had gone to the gym, then for a walk, as part of her usual routine.

I didn’t have anycardiac risk factors and I felt fit and healthy
SCAD survivor Diane Rayson

Later in the day, she’d met a friend for coffee and in the evening headed out for a meal with her brother Graham.


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