The Sun – 29th September 2016 A 19-year-old student who was found dead in her student lodgings after returning to university for the second year of her studies has been remembered for her “big smile”.
Published research funded by the charity CRY is improving the way young people are screened and leading to significant cost savings Important research funded by Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) is adding further weight
Popular Lincoln-based artist Katy Jade Dobson has once again shown her support for CRY as she launched a unique online auction of the palette and paintbrush that she used to create her acclaimed 2016 ’21 Grams’ collection
Test EVERY teenager for the deadly heart defect that stole our lovely Alex in her sleep: Mother’s plea after losing her daughter to a rare condition
Daily Mail – 6th August 2016 The anguished parents of a schoolgirl who died in her sleep from an undiagnosed heart condition have hit out at health chiefs’ refusal to introduce cardiac screening for all
‘He had massive dreams’ Mum’s heartbreak as footballer son, 17, dies from heart attack after plunging head underwater in swimming pool on dream Turkey holiday
The Sun – 26th July 2016 The heartbroken mum of a football-loving 17-year-old who died after plunging his head into a swimming pool has said she still can’t understand how her fit and healthy son
Despite being scared of cycling since childhood, Jo Whiley is relishing taking part in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 with daughter India. Jo Whiley rarely shies away from a sporting challenge – especially for charity –
Helping others after Young Sudden Cardiac Death Ruth Lowe (Preston) A retired teacher from Preston who lost her son has been instrumental in setting up a fundraising and support group for bereaved families. Ruth Lowe’s
CRY research continues to underline the importance of cardiac screening for athletes After a successful three days at the BCS Annual Conference (June 6 – 8 2016), where the team from Cardiac Risk in the Young
CRY announces new Patron to help “tackle” the need for greater awareness One of England’s upcoming rugby talents, Jack Clifford has been named as a new Patron of Cardiac Risk in the Young – just
Leading expert in sudden death cardiology puts his best foot forward to help save young lives 10k run also marks as milestone as Prof Sharma & team celebrate the screening of 100,000 young people! One
Congratulations and a huge thank you to all the runners who took part in the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon for CRY on Sunday 24th April. We are very proud of all our runners and grateful to them for their fantastic efforts and for choosing to run for CRY.
The national charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) is unveiling an emotive new campaign to urge the Government to commission an immediate review of the evidence behind its National Screening Committee’s recent decision not
It was fantastic to see the work of CRY and our screening programme talked about so strongly by members of government on Tuesday night. This was an excellent debate lead by Mims Davies MP, from
The annual CRY Heart of Durham Walk offers the opportunity to show support for CRY, remember young people and help raise awareness of young sudden cardiac death. We are immensely grateful to the families, some of whom take part every year.
When and where is it?
Saturday 5th October 11:00am, participants can arrive from 9:30am. The route goes through Durham City Centre and is approximately 8 km/5 miles long. The walk starts and finishes at Durham Amateur Rowing Club. There will be the option of a shorter wheelchair-friendly route.
Sunday March 15th (Mother’s Day) bereavement experts from the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) will be unveiling a powerful and moving new book for mother’s whose child (under the age of 35) has