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Impact Report

Our Impact Report is now available

Australian Heart Research is part of The Hospital Research Foundation Group. See our life-changing impact, made possible thanks to your support.
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We won’t stop until we’ve beaten heart disease.

Australian Heart Research supports translational medical research to improve the lives of our family and friends living with heart disease. With your donations, we fund lifesaving research into prevention, early detection and treatments for heart disease.

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How you can join the fight

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Fundraise

Fundraising for heart disease research is a fun, social and rewarding way to join the fight against these conditions.

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Give in Honour

Is someone you love living with heart disease and you’d like to honour them? Or perhaps you’d like to give in memory. Every donation makes an impact!

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Partner With Us

Become a corporate or community partner of Australian Heart Research. Align yourself with a worthy cause and support our mission to beat heart disease.

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We’re helping people with heart disease.

Sadly, 1 Australian dies from heart disease every 12 minutes. We have to change this…. and with your help we know we can.

It’s important to know the risk factors for heart disease and what you can do to protect yourself.

There’s also different types of heart disease to be aware of, and with the generous support of the community, we are funding lifesaving research into these.

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Translating medical research into outcomes for patients as soon as possible.

We’re proud to support our dedicated clinicians, scientists and students who continue to advance their research in the fight to beat heart disease.

Together, we are determined to improve heart health through advances in knowledge and research.

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Graeme’s Triathlon To Health

Graeme Sutton, a former Ironman athlete representing Australia twice in Triathlons was a fit and healthy 50-year-old, a picture of good health and wellbeing

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