Cardiomyopathy patients are being urged to help promote the CMA's cardiomyopathy medical conference by telling their doctors it is on.
This year's conference provides a practical guide to the diagnosis and management of the main types of cardiomyopathy.
It is being held in London on Friday, May 24th.
The medical meeting is the tenth of its kind held by the CMA to provide cardiologists and GPs with more information about diagnosing and treating people affected by the disease.
Every year more than 120 doctors and other medical professionals attend from all over the UK, with some coming from abroad.
After a general talk on cardiomyopathy by Professor William McKenna, one of the world's leading experts on the disease, there will be sessions on assessing the right ventricle, performing an echo in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and managing patients with internal defibrillators (ICDs).
Other sessions include interpretting genetic tests, managing pregnant women with cardiomyopathy and preventing sudden death in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
The conference is being held at the Cavendish Conference Centre in Duchess Mews, London, W1G 9DT.
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