CRY’s initial response to the National Screening Committees consultation about the role of screening for the risk of sudden cardiac death in the young.
The latest consultation document has just been published by the National Screening Committee (NSC) to review the role of screening for the risk of sudden cardiac death in the young. The document does NOT recommend
Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) is proud to announce the news that popular Lincoln-based artist (with a growing, international reputation) Katy Jade Dobson will be joining the charity as an official Ambassador. Katy has
The 39th London Marathon took place on Sunday 28th April with a record number of entrants – including the Principal of St George’s, University of London, Professor Jenny Higham. Prof Higham decided to run her
We are proud to announce the news that international hockey player, James Gall, will be joining the charity as an official Ambassador. James (23) is a current England and GB international hockey player and plays
It’s every parent’s worst nightmare, being told that your apparently fit, healthy teenager has a heart condition that could potentially kill him and that he may have to give up the sport he loves. That
Results of a new survey show public awareness of the humble ECG is good…but more needs to be done. A new opinion poll for the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) has revealed that
Join CRY in 2019 for the 13th annual CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk. This event offers the opportunity to show support for CRY, remember young people, raise funds and help raise awareness of young sudden cardiac death. In 2018, almost 1,400 people took part in the walk.
The Prime Minister has today, 14 January, recognised Debbie Dixon, from Tarporley, for funding heart defect screenings for young adults. Debbie has raised over £210,000 to fund heart defect screenings for young adults in partnership
A mum from Essex who has raised over £125,000 for Cardiac Risk in Young (CRY) and worked tirelessly to promote the importance of heart screening in young people, has been awarded with a British Empire
New stats show that over 80% of the people think the Government should be doing more to prevent death sudden deaths in young people
CRY is today calling on the Secretary of State for Health and the UK National Screening Committee to formally acknowledge the scale of young sudden cardiac death (YSCD) in the UK, claiming that current policy
CRY has always received incredible support in Wales. Local families, media and politicians have helped us spread awareness and complete vital screenings to test the hearts of young people all around the country. October 27th
On Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 October 2018 around 200 local young people will be screened by CRY thanks to a large donation awarded by Councillor Doug Williams (Glyncoch Ward) generated through fundraising during his