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Heart disease is Britain’s biggest killer and whilst mortality from heart attacks is reducing, the number of patients suffering from heart disease continues to increase.
This month University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust (UHCW) will be raising awareness about heart conditions and how to keep your heart healthy. As part of this month long campaign, Cardiologist, Dr Dawn Adamson will be presenting at a free event about latest developments and the treatments for common heart problems in use at UHCW and will be providing expert advice about how to look after your heart.
Dr Adamson said: “The development of new medications and techniques, combined with advancing research is helping to identify and treat heart disease. However, more needs to be done to prevent it occurring in the first place and reduce the suffering of many. This event will give people the opportunity to learn about what signs to look out for and ways in which to live a healthier lifestyle to avoid the risk of developing heart disease.”
This event will take place between 5pm and 6pm on Thursday 7th February 2013 in the Clinical Sciences Building, University Hospital, Clifford Bridge Road, Coventry.
To book a place for this session please contact Andrea Phillips, Membership Manager on 02476 964747 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, all are welcome.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PRESS RELEASE PLEASE CONTACT SARAH CONLON, COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER ON 02476 967617.
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