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We report a surge in spending on our research programme with the launch of our Annual Review
Find out about our plans for a new cutting-edge research facility to mend broken hearts.
Research funded by your donations shows lapses in heart attack care can cost lives
Millions of people may be given high blood pressure drugs they don't need according to experts.
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Our Medical Director talks about how it's helping to fight heart failure.
BHF supporter Alison Hamilton explains why she is leaving a legacy to the BHF.
NICE issues new guidelines for treatment of acute coronary syndromes
Diets rich in potassium could be better for the heart
Fabrice Muamba shows his support and launches defibrillator familiarisation session at Asda Bolton.
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