About

MI:Aware is a heart attack awareness and prevention initiative founded by former elite cyclist, Scott Kasin, who at age forty-one, with little warning, suffered a Myocardial Infarction (MI). Being a super-fit heart attack survivor put Scott on a mission. He founded MI:Aware in 2009 to warn others about what befell him. MI:Aware maintains a simple focus: to educate the unsuspecting, the vulnerable, the half million annual heart attack victims that have no symptoms and zero forewarning and to reduce their numbers.

You can find out more about what you should know in the education section and more about what we do throughout MIaware.org. You can also read more about the warning signs that Scott missed and what you can do to catch them. We advocate extended cardiovascular blood testing so you can better understand your risk of heart attack, early Coronary Flow Reserve with a PET scan for plaque detection to the highest accuracy and a prevention lifestyle including nutrition, exercise and medicine for regression of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Please check back often, share your story of MI awareness and please share our site with your family & friends. Be aware – MI:Aware.

MI:Aware is no longer a registered Colorado non-profit or pending 501.c3 but we still care so please continue to share the story and your story.