The Global Heart Hub held a webinar earlier this spring entitled: “Why Genetics Matter.” The recording of this webinar is now available to view – please click here to watch the webinar. Additional details are below. Speakers: Prof James Ware – an expert in the field of genetics at Imperial College London Ellie Quinn –
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Please click here or on the image above to view a recording of this webinar and learn about: Tips to improve the quality of your health and life today Learn how to develop a hope-filled mindset and how to create lasting change Simple nutritional tips to improve your diet Reduce stress and learn several mindfulness skills
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Learn helpful health and emotional wellness advice from a DCM patient and a clinical expert. Then, hear about the expanding patient resources the DCM Foundation is working on to support DCM patients in 2023 and beyond.
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DCM patients and their family members often have questions regarding the stages of Heart Failure. Heart failure is a constellation of signs and symptoms that can be caused by DCM. There are many disease conditions that can cause DCM and other types of cardiomyopathy. Symptom severity of heart failure is classified and categorized by the
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Written by Mirela Dezman – Zagreb, Croatia, Europe I want to share our story because I think it is extremely important to raise awareness of the existence of a method that can save many young lives and can give a big step forward in the treatment of dilated cardiomyopathy among children. The method is called
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Written by Shawn Lake For Melissa Justice, all the signs of heart failure were there. The problem was that no one recognized them. When she was finally diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), at age 31, her heart’s ejection fraction — the heart muscle’s pumping function — was severely reduced at less than 15 percent. A
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Welcome to the DCM Foundation Blog! We will use this blog to share dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) patient and family stories, DCM resources, and information from health care professionals. As we launch this blog, we want to tell you a little bit about the DCM Foundation, why we started it, and why it’s so important to our team.
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