Benjamin Creighton Griffiths
British Heart Foundation Cymru


At the moment, there's no cure for a broken heart. Once your heart muscle is damaged by a heart attack, it can never fully recover. But there is hope. We need to spend £50 million to fund groundbreaking research that could begin to literally 'mend broken hearts' in as little as ten years time. Your support can give hope to hundreds of thousands of people across the UK.

The zebra fish is already providing vital clues about how we might mend human hearts. They can repair their own heart, and scientists are trying to unlock their secrets to learn how we can repair ours too. Find out more at the BHF web site

For further information please visit their web site: The British Heart Foundation Cymru

In March 2011 Benjamin was honoured to be able to accept an invitation to become an Ambassador for the British Heart Foundation Cymru and hopes that he will be able to help promote the organisation which is doing such vital work for the health of our nation.

Updated 4 July, 2013
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