Read Update 49 online here The CRY Update is the charity’s newsletter, published three times a year, reporting on CRY news and events, cardiac screenings, breaking developments in medical research and CRY supporters’ fundraising over the preceding months.
Read Update 50 online here The CRY Update is the charity’s newsletter, published three times a year, reporting on CRY news and events, cardiac screenings, breaking developments in medical research and CRY supporters’ fundraising over the preceding months.
8th to 14th June 2009 We wanted to do an event in memory of Robert and this walk was on Robert’s to do list to be attempted at a later date. The sun shone brightly which was a blessing and seven of us walked 98 miles through some breathtaking scenery. What a challenge, considering the majority
20th January 2009 Leading heart charity applauds the launch of the reformed Coroners and Justice Bill The Chief Executive of a charity – dedicated to supporting parents, partners and children who have lost a young (age 35 and under) loved one suddenly – is today (Tuesday January 20th) welcoming reforms to the new Coroners and Justice
February 2009 sees the launch of CRY’s “Life Years Lost…” campaign, spearheaded by our consultant cardiologist, Dr Sanjay Sharma. It highlights the tragic legacy of young sudden cardiac death for those left behind – for the hundreds of bereaved men and women robbed of the chance of “growing old together” with their partners; and for those
This Valentines Day, leading heart charity highlights the tragic legacy of young sudden cardiac death for those left behind This month (February 2009), the charity – Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) – is launching an emotive campaign to highlight the devastating impact of sudden death in young people (aged 35 and under). The results of
20th February 2009 Brentford FC – managed by CRY Patron Andy Scott – announce the continuation of their unique shirt sponsorship partnership with CRY
7th September 2009 Following several years of intense study and research, CRY Deputy Chief Executive – Steve Cox – was awarded his doctorate at a ceremony on 7th September. The newly-titled Dr. Cox studied his PhD part-time at the UCL Research Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, whilst also working full time at CRY. UCL has
28th September 2009 Sian Thomas – whose brother Gareth died suddenly, age 21 – was given a 1 hour slot on the “One & Other” plinth at Trafalgar Square on Monday 28th September from 11am to 12 midday. She chose to dedicate her time on the plinth to raising awareness of CRY. Sian’s opportunity to spend
16th October 2009 A pioneering new development to test children born in 1995 across the South East of England Every day at least one family in the UK will suffer the trauma of loosing a young (35 and under) person to an undiagnosed heart condition. In 2010, to coincide with Raising Awareness Week, CRY announced the