Charity CRY - Cardiac Risk in the Young - is holding free ECG testing sessions for 14 to 35-year-olds on March 23 and 24 at King Edward's School, Edgbaston Park Road.
What does CRY stand for?
CRY stands for Cardiac Risk in the Young (Surrey, UK)
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- Classroom for the 21st Century
- Care and Relief for the Young (UK charity)
- Centre de Ressources Yvelinois (French resource center)
- Child Relief and You
- Child Rights and You (UK)
- Community Resources for Youth (Washington County, PA)
- Canadian Radio Yachting Association
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- Crystallin, AlphaA
- Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet (Jamestown, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) was instigated in 1995 to help relieve the suffering of such families and offers a well-established specialist bereavement support programme.
Stockton woman Sue Ainsworth lost her 21-year-old son Jonathan Morgan in April 2010 and is now backing an online petition launched by the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY ).
Doreen is the regional representative for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), the organisation behind the postcard campaign.
Byline: Brett Gibbons CHARITY CRY - Cardiac Risk in the Young - stages free heart screenings for hundreds of young people across the region.
As someonewho has been fortunate to reach the peak of a professional sporting career - I felt privileged to have been invited to support the national charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) alongside one of my great friends and "sporting heroes", David Walliams.
Cardiac Risk in the Young provides information on these conditions, on its websites www.
Charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) yesterday unveiled its latest bid to raise awareness of undetected heart conditions.