Danielle’s fiancée Andy Key collapsed at their Longridge home on January 15. The much loved partner, dad, son and brother, died of a hidden heart condition. The couple had been together 11 years and had
Danielle pays tribute to her late partner of 11 years who died aged 31 after a sudden undiagnosed heart condition.
Andrew Key, a father-of-one from Longridge, was found dead in the bath earlier this year having succumbed to Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndrome (SADS), also known as Sudden Adult Death Syndrome. Danielle Riley has paid tribute to
Sixth-form students at The Bishop’s Stortford High School raise money for CRY and Help for Heroes in tribute of two former pupils.
Sixth-form students at The Bishop’s Stortford High School held their annual charity day in memory of two former pupils. Caroline ‘Caz’ Johnstone who died in June 2008 of an undiagnosed heart condition and Alex Cheer
Gary Ramsbottom, a PE teacher and Head of Year 13 at Aylesbury Grammar School will take on the 141-mile Austrian Ironman challenge to help raise £5,000 for CRY. The challenge will consist of a 2.4-mile swim,
Sarah Pyatt is taking on the 25 million metre challenge in memory of her son Jake Gallagher who suffered a cardiac arrest at the age of 16, in 2013. Sarah has been on a mission to
New Delhi– Popular Indo-British radio jockey and actor Anushka Arora is broadcasting live for 36 hours on Sunrise Radio starting March 26th. Anushka aim’s to raise financial support and awareness for the charity Cardiac Risk
The CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk originally began in 2007, a year after former opera star Kathryn Harries became a CRY Patron and had the idea for a walking event. A year later in
On March 26-27, presenter Anushka Arora will broadcast live for 36-hours in a determined bid to raise funds and awareness of Cardiac Risk in the Young across the British Asian community
CRY Supporter’s Dave and Sue Hughes speaks to BBC Midlands Today about the cancellation of over 30,000 screening’s. Broadcast on Monday (1st March).
CRY is mostly known in the UK for its screening programme, where we typically screen over 30,000 young people each year. However, in the medical community around the world, CRY is best known for research.
As part of Heart Month 2021, CRY CEO Dr Steven Cox was interviewed on Sunrise radio about Cardiac Risk in the Young and how the charity is working through the COVID-19 pandemic. The interview is
By Alison Cox, from issue 82 of the CRY Update magazine. I finally confirmed that Sanjay was not your average person when he told me – during a discussion we were having on reminiscing –
Webinar – How CRY’s research has impacted the investigation and management of individuals at risk of sudden cardiac death
Dr Papadakis gave a presentation on how CRY’s research has impacted the investigation and management of people with conditions that can cause sudden cardiac death. After the presentation, there was a Q&A session