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Cardiac risk in the young (CRY) screening

posted 8 Nov 2013, 04:22 by Karen Bricknell

DID YOU KNOW THAT 12 YOUNG PEOPLE DIE EVERY WEEK IN THE UK FROM UNDIAGNOSED HEART CONDITIONS?

CARDIAC RISK IN THE YOUNG (CRY) IS CAMPAIGNING FOR FREE HEART SCREENING ON THE NHS OF ALL YOUNG PEOPLE AGED 14 AND ABOVE.

SANDOWN BAY ACADEMY WILL BE HOSTING TWO DAYS OF FREE CRY SCREENINGS SPONSORED BY THE ACADEMY AND THE TOM CLABBURN MEMORIAL FUND

ON 28th and 29th JANUARY 2014.

WE WILL BE ABLE TO SCREEN 200 STUDENTS AGED 14 AND ABOVE.

ONLINE BOOKING IS NECESSARY TO BOOK A SCREENING AND THIS IS NOW AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS BY VISITING

http://www.testmyheart.org

CLICK ON ‘VIEW EVENTS’ AND CHOOSE SANDOWN BAY ACADEMY,

(YOU WILL NEED YOUR DOCTOR’S NAME, SURGERY NAME & ADDRESS).

IF YOU WANT TO KNOW ANYTHING MORE ABOUT THE WORK OF CRY OR THE SCREENINGS PLEASE LOG ON TO THE WEBSITE    www.c-r-y.org.uk

OR CONTACT MRS BARNES AT SBA ON hbarnes@sandownbayacademy.org


To view a copy of the letter from CRY about the screenings click here. 

To view a copy of the CRY poster click here 



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