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Alison Cox MBE, Chief Executive and Founder of CRY, comments on the proposed modernisation of the coroners’ service in England and Wales As a charity that has campaigned for several years for drastic improvements to the coroners’ service in England and Wales, we greatly welcome the appointment of the new Chief Coroner and the series […]
Response from Dr Steven Cox, Director of Screening at the charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY): “Today’s announcement reinforces the importance of health checks to improve prevention and management of people at risk of heart conditions. “We also hope this is will be a positive step in working with GPs to ensure the correct […]
Welsh Rugby Union club Cardiff Blues are delighted to confirm CRY as their nominated charity for the 2012/13 season. The team chose CRY because of the close link with Cardiff Blues Marketing Executive, Georgina Hughes, who lost her brother Matthew to sudden cardiac death in 2007 when he was just 17 years of age. Read […]
All rugby players over the age of 16 are being encouraged to undergo cardiac screening tests.
The University of Ulster has teamed up with CRY to launch the first independently funded heart-screening clinic in Northern Ireland. CRY will offer a screening service based at the UU Clinic in the Jordanstown campus. Final-year Clinical Physiology students will have the opportunity to carry out the screenings after initial training from CRY representatives. The […]
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