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Cardiac Risk in the Young

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Unit 1140B, The Axis Centre
Cleeve Road
Leatherhead
KT22 7ND
United Kingdom
01737 363 222
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Every week in the UK at least 12 'apparently fit and healthy' young people (aged 14-35) die suddenly of undiagnosed heart conditions.

CRY raises awareness of young sudden cardiac death and sudden death syndrome (YSCD, SDS, SADS), and offers support to those who have suffered a loss through a network of affected families and counselling.

CRY has a Surgery Supporters Network for young people diagnosed with cardiac conditions, and has donated over £450,000 pounds of cardiac machinery to doctors' surgeries and hospitals.

CRY promotes heart screening and ECG testing programmes, and contributes to medical research.

CRY funds the CRY Centre for Sports Cardiology, the CRY Centre for Cardiac Pathology at the Royal Brompton Hospital, and the CRY Inherited Cardiovascular Disease Clinic at Kings College Hospital.

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