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Researchers find gene that may be responsible for left ventricular noncompaction

2nd December 2016

Research likely to improve understanding of the disease.

Survey shows people welcome genome editing

28th November 2016

to treat or cure medical conditions.

Stem cell trial to treat chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy

18th November 2016

Hope that stem cells will stimulate regeneration or repair of the heart's damaged tissues.

Can you help with genome editing project?

10th November 2016

Volunteers needed to contribute to four London workshops on the issue.

Big increase in public defibrillators saves many more lives

7th November 2016

Initiative in Japan shows, say researchers.

Richard raises awareness with medical students and junior doctors

3rd November 2016

He tells his cardiomyopathy story to Student BMJ.

Give your views on genetic testing of unborn babies

28th October 2016

People with genetic conditions have chance to have their say.

Genetic testing can leave families uncertain

19th October 2016

Answers not as clear as we would like, say researchers.

Do you have a child or young person in your life who has cardiomyopathy?

11th October 2016

Having a child or young person with a diagnosis of cardiomyopathy can be a worrying or challenging time. If you have a child or young person with cardiomyopathy we'd like to hear from you.