CRY’s myheart network provides personalised help, support, and information to individuals who have been diagnosed with a potentially life-threatening inherited or congenital cardiac condition. myheart is a support system for individuals to help develop effective coping strategies and reduce social isolation.
The network was developed in response to feedback from young people who found that support groups available were not effective in helping them deal with issues such as fitting of ICDs, pacemakers and undergoing ablation surgery. myheart have dedicated resources for young people under the age of 35 who have been diagnosed with a cardiac condition, as well as information and support resources for anyone over the age of 18 who has been diagnosed with a cardiac condition when they thought that they were fit and healthy.
On May 11 we hosted the first CRY Family Research Day, giving some of our supporters a chance to learn more about the massive impact
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Michael Papadakis cannot remember a time that he did not want to be a doctor. His mother, devoted to her husband and children, was a
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Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) would like to thank all those that voted for us in the Tesco Bags of Help Centenary Grant initiative. CRY
My Long QT story – by Jodie Pearson, age 36 I was diagnosed with Long QT1 in 2010 when I was 27 years old. My
It’s been 18 years since I was diagnosed with long QT syndrome and had my very first permanent pacemaker implanted; and 25 years since my
Many people encounter CRY for the first time as a result of a sudden death of a young person. Whilst this will always be a