AICARM informs and helps patients

You have been given a diagnosis of cardiomyopathy, and now? Cardiomyopathies are still little known diseases and each case is different from the other. Today there are effective therapies that have been shown to improve symptoms, prevent or resolve complications, and increase survival and quality of life of the majority of patients with cardiomyopathy.This is why it is important to get information from those who know them well. AICARM is an association of doctors, nurses, patients and benefactors founded upon extensive experience in research and assistance acquired in Florence in this field. On our association website you will find information, documents on studies and research in progress, you can read and listen to the stories and experiences of other patients. If you think you need help, please contact us.

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Answers to frequently asked questions about symptoms, tests, complications and much more.

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What lifestyles, nutrition and physical activity are recommended or recommended in case of cardiomyopathy.

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In 1972 the project that will lead to the Cardiomyopathies Unit of the Careggi AOUC begins in Florence. Read the experience of Florence that also gave birth to AICARM and the stories told by some patients assisted.

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If you need clarification or need help, please contact us. We will be happy to offer our contribution.

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The latest news and discoveries for the therapy of Cardiomyopathies.

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