Monday, 10 December 2007

Poor cardiac rehab services in the news...

Our Cardiac Rehab Campaign - which last week featured the BHF's first ever political protest at Westminster - hit the headlines at the weekend.

BBC News featured the story of 49-year-old David Lamb (above) from south Wales, who was offered cardiac rehab after he suffered two heart attacks but attended just one session because he felt the service was so poor.

David's tale is a stark reminder of the "postcode lottery" of national cardiac rehab services which we are currently campaigning against. We believe everyone deserves the same adequate level of provision. You can read more about David's experience now on the BBC News website

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