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Walking your way - advice from cardiomyopathy nurse Jayne

12th September 2021

Read about the benefits of walking and hear from our cardiomyopathy nurse Jayne. 

September Steps 2021 - Jodie's Story

4th August 2021

In July, Jodie completed her 30-day challenge of walking 10,000 steps a day. Read her story here.

Covid-19 mRNA vaccines statement

19th July 2021

Should we be worried about reports of myocarditis and pericarditis after mRNA vaccines? Read our latest article and comments here. 

Jazmin's 30-day Challenge

9th July 2021

In April 2020, Jazmin sadly lost her father, Dave, to cardiomyopathy. One year on, she set herself a 30 -day challenge to walk 10,000 steps a day to raise funds in his memory. With the support of Jazmin’s friends and family, she raised an incredible £780 through her challenge. Read her story here.

Dharambir Singh's Captain Tom 100 Challenge

30th April 2021

This weekend sees the launch of the Captain Tom 100 Challenge for 1000s of people across the nation. Cardiomyopathy UK supporter, Dharambir Singh Dhadyalla, is one of those inspirational fundraisers. Read his story here. 

Captain Tom 100 Challenge - Elis and Jasmine's Story

26th April 2021

Meet Trustee Elis, and his fiancee Jasmine who are members of our Youth Panel! Read on and discover their top tips for fundraising, and get inspiration for your own Captain Tom 100 Challenge. 

Change Agenda Launched

20th April 2021

We have launched our new Change Agenda highlighting how diagnosis, treatment and support for people with cardiomyopathy can be improved.

Beating For Two

28th January 2021

Cardiomyopathy UK launches a new campaign, Beating for Two, to raise awareness of peripartum cardiomyopathy, (PPCM). PPCM is a serious heart condition which can occur during the last month or after pregnancy. Read our article here. 

Change the World of Cardiomyopathy - Our Urgent Appeal

7th August 2020

Read on to discover how you can help us to change the world of cardiomyopathy. 

Fasting during Ramadan

20th April 2020

This week marks the beginning of Ramadan, the ninth and the most holy month of the Islamic calendar. Cardiomyopathy UK Support Nurse Jayne has written guidance for those who will be fasting during this time.