Barry Manilow joins Sanofi's atrial fibrillation education campaign

NEW YORK — Singer and atrial fibrillation patient Barry Manilow has joined Sanofi's national education campaign designed to raise awareness about atrial fibrillation.

The Get Back in Rhythm campaign aims to improve the health and well-being of those affected by the condition by encouraging them to learn more about the risks and talk with their healthcare provider about how to maintain a normal heart rhythm and manage the disease.

The campaign is supported by a website, On the site, visitors can test their knowledge with the Rhythm IQ quiz, learn more about all the risks of the disease and print a guide that can help make the most of visits with healthcare providers. Additionally, campaign also will include a public service announcement featuring Manilow to help raise awareness about the disease.


- 7:47 AM
Dan Walter says

If you do get afib, beware of catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation:

- 11:34 AM
michael2 says

The first time I heard about atrial fibrillation was while I was studying for my masters in special education online, so I'm pretty sure there are many people out there who don't know anything about it. It's the reason why these campaigns are always welcomed, you never know when you might use the information you learn through them!

- 7:24 AM
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