2018 local information days

2018 local information days

Details of our five 2018 information days are announced, including dates and locations!

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!

Skydive with us in 2018!

Skydive with us in 2018!

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

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Cardiomyopathy explained (video)

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

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Latest News

Changes to the Organ Donation Register in England

22nd February 2018

There is real shortage of organ donors in the UK, with only 1 in 3 people on the donor register. Right now there are around 250 people waiting for a new heart and most of these people will have cardiomyopathy.

4 in 10 cardiomyopathies are genetic

26th January 2018

4 in 10 cardiomyopathies are genetic, according to a European Society of Cardiology (ESC) study published today in European Heart Journal.

Former England rugby player supporting Cardiomyopathy UK

23rd January 2018

Lee Mears, former Bath and England rugby player is supporting Cardiomyopathy UK with our recent #MyHeartStory campaign and encouraging families to talk about their heart history.

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