Latest news

Few people die suddenly from cardiomyopathy while exercising

29th September 2016

London doctor tells European Society of Cardiology meeting.

Doctors and patients should share more decision-making

27th September 2016

It improves the quality of the decisions and patient satisfaction, says NICE.

Four types of cardiomyopathy being investigated in 100,000 Genomes Project

23rd September 2016

Eligible patients can nominate themselves.

Ten recommendations to improve heart failure care

22nd September 2016

Report by All Party Parliamentary Group on Heart Failure.

Heart devices should always be interrogated at post-mortems

21st September 2016

Family members, doctors and manufacturers can all benefit, say researchers.

Fewer but better heart drugs on the way?

15th September 2016

Drugs being researched said to be more inventive

Launch of the report from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Heart Failure

14th September 2016

We were at parliament yesterday for the launch of the report from the All Party Parliamentary group (APPG) on Heart Failure.

Jenny's PhD studies to focus on the impact of cardiomyopathy on patients and their families

8th September 2016

Support volunteer Jenny Rees will be working for three years with Liverpool John Moores University

Join our Twitter chat with our children's cardiomyopathy support nurse

7th September 2016

Join us for a live Q&A session with our children's cardiomyopathy support nurse, Sarah Regan.