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That this House congratulates Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) on its work to raise awareness of the 1st anniversary of the new Chapter 8 in the National Service Framework on Arrhythmias and Sudden Cardiac Death published on 4th March 2005, which aims to reduce the average eight cardiac-related deaths of fit young people a week; welcomes the launch on 1st March of the results of a recent survey of primary care trusts, general practitioners and the public addressing issues pertinent to the new Chapter 8; recognises the work of CRY's cardiac specialists and CRY's sports and schools screening programmes, the donation of over £400,000 of cardiac equipment to general practitioners surgeries and hospitals and the development of a network of bereavement supporters; and looks forward to the next CRY Raising Awareness Week from 3rd to 8th July.
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