16th May 2014

Friends of a teenage boy who died from a rare undiagnosed heart condition are taking part in the Bupa Great Manchester Run in his memory. Talented musician and actor Harry Dubois was 17 when he suffered a fatal aortic dissection, a rupturing of the body’s largest artery, at his home in Hale last month. 

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS



10th September 2014

Emily and her mother Debbie Dubois successfully completed our September Heartstart Course last week.
Their attendance was as a consequence of the totally unexpected and untimely death of Emily’s brother Harry.  Harry, only 17 years old, tragically died in April this year an undiagnosed Heart condition “aortic dissection”.
The Dubois Family are now courageously raising money for research into sudden heart defects in the young, entitled “In Memory of Harry Dubois”.

KNUTSFORD GUARDIAN


11th August 2015

Paul and Sarah Gidley with friend Ian Tunnicliffe who ran in memory of Harry Dubois

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10th September 2014

Emily and her mother Debbie Dubois successfully completed our September Heartstart Course last week.
Their attendance was as a consequence of the totally unexpected and untimely death of Emily’s brother Harry.  Harry, only 17 years old, tragically died in April this year an undiagnosed Heart condition “aortic dissection”.

KNUTSFORD HEARTSTART


8th October 2014
Emily Dubois (one of the new volunteer Heartstart recruits) is shown below wearing her new Heartstart Badge at last weeks Heartstart Course

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December 2015

CHADDERTON primary school is putting all its efforts into a campaign to help save lives across the region.
Youngsters at St Lukes in Albion Street raised £945 for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) in memory of a former Oldham teenager who died suddenly from an undiagnosed heart condition last year.

OLDHAM CHRON



December 2015

Heart screening sessions funded by money raised in the name of an Oldham teenager has potentially saved the lives of eight young people.

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