As part of its 25th anniversary year, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) is proud to announce the news that international singer and songwriter, Arjun, will be joining the charity as an official Ambassador
Dr Michael Papadakis has been a key member of the CRY team for years after first joining the charity when he started his training as a CRY Research Fellow in 2007. He’s continued to develop
CRY usually provides free heart checks for over 30,000 young people every year in the UK, but we have had to halt our specialist services over the past 8 months. One of the many families
For the past 25 years, bereaved families have reached out to CRY for support and solace in their darkest of times. CRY has – and always will be – here for those families and individuals,
Join Team CRY during Raising Awareness Week and complete 12 miles to represent the 12 young people who die each week from young sudden cardiac death.
You can complete 12 miles by either walking, running, cycling or swimming. The miles can be completed over the week or in one go!
Professor Sharma spoke about how CRY’s research has impacted the way we look after families after a young sudden cardiac death as well as the way it has influenced the way we screen young people.
CRY supporter Dr Vanessa Sandhu spoke to Shabnam Sahi from Sunrise Radio about her sister Dr Natasha Coomaraswamy and the impact of her death in 2018.
Congratulations to team CRY! For the first time in the history of the London Marathon, the event went virtual on Sunday 4th October! Despite the difficult year 2020 has been, 38 CRY runners, all spread
CRY’s supporters have taken part in countless different fundraising activities and events since the charity was founded 25 years ago, and one of the key events where our support has continued to grow over the
This year, like so many other events, conferences and public gatherings, the 2020 European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress (29 August – 1 September) was held remotely, for the first time in its 50-year-history. In
This annual event will be a webinar this year, broadcasting from 09:00 to 17:30 on Friday 16th October 2020. The conference attracts speakers and delegates from around the globe, including many of the world’s leading experts on sports cardiology and young sudden cardiac death.
Over the past 25 years, CRY’s history has been defined by a range of ‘turning points’, underpinned by the actions and interventions of individuals and groups (whether families, MPs, doctors or governing bodies from the
CRY has always been fortunate to have had the support of an illustrious list of Patrons – largely from the world of sport, due to CRY’s early associations with tennis and the initial screening of
Before CRY began in 1995, young sudden cardiac death (YSCD) was never considered to be a significant health issue. It was quite the opposite. The common belief was that there was just one young sudden
The CRY International Medical Conference is our most important research event every year. It provides an opportunity for leading experts in sports cardiology, inherited cardiac diseases and young sudden cardiac death to share their new
For around 175 years, the fate of the famous ‘Fourth Plinth’ in London’s Trafalgar Square has been hotly debated with a wide range of innovative installations and contemporary creations taking their place on the vacant
Our last blog post on CRY’s screening programme focused on the early years. We looked back to when our testing was just getting underway and how we developed over the late ‘90s and early 2000s.
Looking Back at 25: How one of CRY’s youngest supporters helped write a new chapter in our fundraising history
For this article we’re going to look back to 2005, the year of CRY’s 10th anniversary… From day one, Alison Cox and the team at CRY have often been ‘lost for words’ at the amazing