Find out more about cardiomyopathy and latest developments in care at the CMA's London information day on Saturday, September 28th.
The day, which starts with a brief AGM, will be looking at exercise for people with cardiomyopathy, the importance of MRI screening in assessing health risks, and how cardiomyopathy services are beingcommissioned following the new NHS changes.
The speakers include top cardiomyopathy experts from the Heart Hospital in London, the Royal Brompton and the Northern General in Sheffield.
They include Prof William McKenna, Prof Perry Elliott, Dr Antonis Pantazis and Dr Sanjay Prasad.
There are also separate sessions looking at the three main types of cardiomyopathy - dilated, hypertrophic and arrhythmogenic right ventricular â€“ best treatments and latest research.
Other topics being covered include the irregular heart rhythm atrial fibrillation in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and the work of the Association of Inherited Heart Conditions.
See the full agenda.
Those affected by cardiomyopathy, family members and friends are welcome to attend the day at the Hallam Conference Centre, Hallam Street, London W1W 6JJ.
The event also gives families the chance to meet others who are affected and ask questions.
Those wishing to attend should fill in and return the booking form, or call the CMA on 01494 791224.
Attendance is free, but those wishing to join us for lunch are asked to make a Â£10 each towards the cost.
For further details email Sarah Dennis at the CMA.
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