Latest news

Charity of the Year partnership

13th January 2016

Cardiomyopathy UK has been chosen to be Mayer Brown's charity of the year

Is takotsubo cardiomyopathy caused by problems with nervous system?

11th January 2016

Researchers suggest relaxation techniques should be tested as prevention.

Gene responsible for some pregnancy-related cardiomyopathies pinpointed

8th January 2016

TTN gene mutations may lead to 15 per cent of cases, say researchers.

Places still available at our medical conference in Birmingham

7th January 2016

Doctors and nurses can still register for event in Birmingham on Tuesday, 19 January.

S-ICD suitable for some patients who have had device infections

7th January 2016

Device that has no leads into the heart is a suitable alternative for some patients.

Wearable defibrillator approved for children in America

23rd December 2015

Vest can detect dangerous heart rhythms and shock the heart back into a normal rhythm.

New centres in west and north east of England join 100,000 Genomes Project

21st December 2015

Project is mapping all the genes of people with genetic diseases.

New heart failure drug gets European approval

16th December 2015

Drug saves lives and reduces hospital admission, says researchers

Future good for young people with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

15th December 2015

If they get most up-to-date care, says study

Help us promote our Birmingham medical conference

8th December 2015

Our second regional cardiomyopathy conference for doctors and nurses is to be held in Birmingham in January and we need your help to get the word out.