Cardiomyopathy and Genetics

This event took place on September 30, but you can watch the broadcast below

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About Cardiomyopathy & Genetics

Cardiomyopathy is a disease of the heart muscle, also known as the myocardium, in which the actual muscle cells and surrounding tissues are sick.

In some cases, cardiomyopathy may be inherited due to a genetic change or mutation.

Cincinnati Children’s is offering this live, online question and answer session to answer your questions about genetic testing, treatment and prognosis for inherited forms of cardiomyopathy. During this event, our co-hosts, John Lynn Jefferies, MD, and Ivan Wilmot, MD, will answer questions from you and other families online in real-time.

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The Heart Institute at Cincinnati Children’s

Our Cardiomyopathy program saw more than 900 pediatric and adult patients in 2014, who traveled from 30 states and five countries, a four-fold growth in patient volume in the last five years. In 2015, U.S. News & World Report ranked us among the best in the nation for pediatric heart care and heart surgery.