AAAW now enjoys the support of the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, and the "Heart Czar," Roger Boyle, among other government officials and leading cardiologists.
Members and patrons of the charities that devised the campaign have agreed to share publicly their experiences with heart rhythm problems surrounding AAAW as well.
Recently AAAW enjoyed incredible success with the poignant remake of Marvin Gaye's "What's Goin' On", featuring U2's Bono, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, Backstreet Boys, Mary J.
AAAW is dedicated to raising funds and awareness to stop the spread of AIDS especially in Africa.
The new charity will carry forward and expand on the goals of AAAW
In establishing AAAW, the charities set out to highlight heart rhythm disorders and introduce the term "arrhythmia" to the general public, to bring about improved diagnosis and treatment of these common cardiac conditions, and to persuade the Government to address them in the National Service Framework for Coronary Heart Disease, an 80-page document that makes scant reference to arrhythmias.
AAAW continues until Tuesday May18th with a series of events and other shows of support at more than 60 hospitals throughout the UK.
continues until Tuesday 18th May with events and other shows of support at about 60 hospitals throughout the UK.