#MyHeartStory campaign

#MyHeartStory campaign

Find out more about our new 2017 campaign and how we are encouraging people to know their own HeartStory.

Let's stay in touch - we need to hear from you

Let's stay in touch - we need to hear from you

Soon we'll only be able to keep in touch with you if you tell us that you want to hear from us.

New: an introduction to treatment video

New: an introduction to treatment video

We've launched a new video on an introduction to treatment for cardiomyopathy. Watch it here!

Cardiomyopathy UK National conference 2017

Cardiomyopathy UK National conference 2017

Join us on 18 November for the 2017 national conference.

London Marathon 2018

London Marathon 2018

Inspired by the London Marathon? Always wanted to take part yourself?  Join #teamcardio in 2018 for the world famous 26.2 miles around London

Skydive with us in 2018!

Skydive with us in 2018!

Take on the ultimate thrill ride and join #teamcardio for our skydiving day in March 2018

The support and information you need

Our support and information will help you know more about cardiomyopathy, feel in control of your treatment and be better able to cope day to day.  

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Cardiomyopathy explained (video)

Watch our new animated video for a clear and simple explanation of cardiomyopathy 

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For medical professionals

As well as providing information and support to patients, Cardiomyopathy UK helps medical staff with a variety of services. 

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Latest News

England may switch to "opt out" for organ donations

5th October 2017

Teresa May has hinted at new changes to the current organ donation system in her latest Conservative Party speech.

We've launched a new video resource

29th September 2017

To mark World Heart Day we've launched our brand new video resource, an introduction to treatment for cardiomyopathy.

New 20 minute blood test could save even more lives

28th September 2017

A new blood test that can detect signs of heart damage in 20 minutes could save hundreds of patients suffering from suspected heart attacks to be discharged more quickly according to new research published in the journal Circulation.

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