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10 June 2022

Heart Valve Voice is delighted to announce that we have become a member of the World Heart Federation.

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05 August 2022

This year as part of Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week 2022, Heart Valve Voice is taking a petition to 10 Downing Street to ask Government to increase funding for the diagnosis and care of people with severe aortic stenosis.

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25 July 2022

Last Friday, Heart Valve Voice once again teamed up with our partners at Valve for Life UK for another Your Heart Matters Testing Event. This time, the team went to Cardiff, where we were joined by Cardiologists from University Hospital Wales.

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19 July 2022

On Sunday, Heart Valve Voice teamed up with Lancashire Foundation and Cardiologists from Greater Manchester to offer free stethoscope checks at the final One Day International between England Cricket and India Cricket.

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13 July 2022

We recently met with Louise Bache, CEO of Heartbeat, a cardiac rehabilitation centre in the North-West. We asked Louise to write a piece for our community about the importance of good cardiac rehab and the lasting impact it can have on cardiac patients.

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22 June 2022

According to new research, urgent action is needed to clear the backlog of people requiring treatment for aortic stenosis or risk unnecessary loss of life.

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31 May 2022

We held the fifth stage of our Your Heart Matters tour last week. For this project, we have travelled across the United Kingdom promoting awareness of heart valve disease and offering stethoscope checks to those over the 50.

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16 May 2022

Last week, Heart Valve Voice were in Belfast for the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery (SCTS) Annual Meeting. We met with clinicians from across the UK, industry leaders and patients to listen, learn and share.

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06 May 2022

At the beginning of 2021, Fireman, Joe Munro, had just set himself a challenge to run 5 kilometres every day. Then, after feeling unwell at work one day, his GP listened to his heart and heard a murmur. A subsequent echo found he had severe aortic stenosis, and required urgent intervention. Now, just a year later, he is back at work with his watch, fighting fires and saving lives.

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22 April 2022

As a part of the SCTS Annual Meeting 2022, we will be holding a sponsored run, encouraging participants to run 5 km and help raise awareness of cardiovascular diseases.

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14 April 2022

This year, to mark the 20th Anniversary of the first TAVI we will be sharing twenty TAVI stories - one for every year the procedure has been being performed. 85-year-old, Mary Kernick, was diagnosed with heart valve disease while having checks for suspected gall stones. After discussions with her clinician, they decided a TAVI was the best treatment option for her. This is her valve disease story.

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