if you have heart failure and unresolved symptoms,

it’s time to see the bigger picture


Symptoms of transthyretin cardiac amyloidosis (ATTR‑CM)
may include:

Your symptoms could add up to something more serious
than you realize. Talk to your doctor and ask about ATTR‑CM.

Transthyretin cardiac amyloidosis (ATTR‑CM) is a rare, serious, underrecognized, and underdiagnosed type of amyloidosis that affects the heart and is associated with heart failure. Amyloidosis is a group of diseases in which certain proteins change shape, or "misfold," and can build up in different parts of the body. When these misfolded proteins build up in your heart, it may lead to ATTR‑CM.

When should I suspect ATTR‑CM?

If you’ve been diagnosed with heart failure, learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of ATTR‑CM. Remember to talk to your doctor about any changes in your health.
When to Suspect

How can I prepare to talk with my doctor about ATTR‑CM?

Get a personalized discussion guide based on your input. Simply answer 4 questions and you’ll receive a guide to help prepare you for a conversation with your cardiologist about ATTR‑CM.
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Where can I find patient stories about living with ATTR‑CM?

If you have been diagnosed with ATTR‑CM, or would like to know more about it, you are not alone. Hear from real patients and caregivers about their journey to diagnosis and living with ATTR‑CM.
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