Go Red For Women timeline
- 2003: First National Wear Red Day.
- 2004: American Heart Association launches Go Red For Women.
- 2005: First landmark goes red.
- 2009: AHA introduces Go Red Por Tu Corazon for women in the Hispanic community.
- 2010: AHA supports law prohibiting insurance companies from charging women more than men for health insurance coverage.
- 2011: AHA and Macy’s offer the first annual Go Red Multicultural Scholarship fund for women pursuing healthcare careers.
- 2012: HEART for Women Act passes, requiring the Food and Drug Administration to report gender information with clinical trial results.
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