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Millions of Americans suffer from vascular disease.  Most do not know that they

have it until they require some type of intervention. Prevention and early

detection are the keys to a successful outcome. You can make a positive

change in your health.


Center for Vascular Awareness


Our Mission

Center for Vascular Awareness was formed to educate the general public regarding the field of vascular medicine and to educate the underserved in an effort to help them help their doctor; to carry on research with respect to the field of vascular medicine and to encourage and participate in the continuing education of physicians and other scientists in the field of vascular medicine by means of scientific sessions, publications and such other instructional programs.



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Summer Carnaval Gala


August 1, 2015

7:00pm until midnight

Hall of Springs

108 Avenue of the Pines

Saratoga Springs, NY


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VAST 3  2015 Meeting


July 30- August 1, 2015 

Excelsior Springs 

47 Excelsior Ave, 

Saratoga Springs, NY

Immerse yourself in a
3-day, comprehensive case-based vascular education meeting that is sure to challenge you and bring the intimacy of education at your fingertips.  
The VAST 3  meeting will focus on a problem solving approach to complex vascular procedures and complications using cutting edge techniques and technology.


Please click here for more information. 

Albany Vascular  International Academy (AVIA)


A collaboration between the
Center for Vascular Awareness and Albany Medical Center to foster global
linkages for vascular health.
AVIA offers international vascular specialists a chance to participate in an ongoing academic partnership with leading vascular specialists at The Institute for Vascular Health & Disease at Albany Medical Center, and develop ongoing vascular educational strategies.


Click here for an application and a program overview.


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CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis, Connecting the Dots


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Vascular Disease can KILL you.



Vascular Disease and Coronary Artery Disease have the same risk factors and are caused by the same disease process.

Awareness will lead to early detection, intervention and a better outcome and survival rate.