Cardiomyopathy Program | For Patients and Families

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Contact the Cardiomyopathy Program

Frequently Asked Questions
Your most pressing questions about cardiomyopathy, answered.

Questions to ask your doctor
A new diagnosis of cardiomyopathy can be overwhelming, confusing, and scary.  Going to your appointment armed with questions can help you prepare and feel better about approaching testing and treatment.

Coping and support
Health and well-being extend beyond medical care. Boston Children’s has a number of resources and staff to help you deal with trying situations.

Helpful links
A list of organizations, networks and other resources for families and patients of all ages. Find more in-depth clinical information about cardiomyopathy and learn how to connect with others who have experience with the disease.

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- Sandra L. Fenwick, President and CEO

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