Understanding cardiomyopathy

Understanding cardiomyopathy

More information on the different types of cardiomyopathy, symptoms, treatment and advice.

Bournemouth medical conference

Bournemouth medical conference

Join us for a one-day seminar which will provide updates on the diagnosis and management of cardiomyopathy.

Great Pancake Party

Great Pancake Party

Join our Great Pancake Party and help support people with Cardiomyopathy

Birmingham medical conference

Birmingham medical conference

Register for a one-day seminar providing updates on diagnostic imaging, therapies and management of risk in cardiomyopathy.

Christmas cards

Christmas cards

Our 2015 Christmas Collection features a selection of cards and Cardiomyopathy UK merchandise. All proceeds from sales go towards helping support families affected by cardiomyopathy.

Find a support group

Find a support group

Find out more about cardiomyopathy and meet others with the condition at one of our support groups

#teamcardio wall of fame

#teamcardio wall of fame

See what some of our fabulous supporters have been up to on our #teamcardio wall of fame

Providing support, promoting research.

Our vision is for everyone affected by the heart muscle disease cardiomyopathy to lead long and fulfilling lives. We provide information and support to families and we help train doctors and nurses.

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Patient and family information days

Learn about the different types of cardiomyopathy, latest treatments and developments in research.

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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

Give your views on patient information sharing in the NHS

27th November 2015

Do you feel your data will be used appropriately to help improve services?

New drug for chronic heart failure shows significant results

26th November 2015

American Heart Association’s scientific sessions told.

People with heart failure can get delayed benefits from biventricular pacing

23rd November 2015

Study shows over three quarters of patients benefited after three years.

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International Health Card

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