Jonathan Lord joined the national charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) at a high profile parliamentary reception as it launched an inspiring new book for young people who have been diagnosed with a ‘hidden’ yet potentially fatal heart condition.
CRY is well known for the support it offers to hundreds of tragically bereaved families, who have been affected by young, sudden cardiac death. This latest campaign highlights the work it also does with the growing numbers of young people who – thanks to greater awareness and early diagnosis – are coping with a shock diagnosis of a potentially fatal heart condition.
Jonathan, who is pictured here with supporter of CRY, Sir Steve Redgrave, said “I was delighted to attend the launch of CRY’s new booklet and would like to congratulate the charity for the work it continues to do in supporting young people whose lives might otherwise have been turned upside down by such a sudden diagnosis.”
Visit: www.myheart.org.uk to download a copy of the “Young, fit and suddenly diagnosed with a life threatening condition…” booklet.
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