British Heart Foundation – I hate heart disease

This advert shows how devastating heart disease can be and that it can affect anyone – but we're fighting back through research.

Each scene in the advert features somebody who has been affected by heart disease, including Claire, whose unborn baby has congenital heart disease, footballer Fabrice Muamba, who survived a cardiac arrest and Emma, who died when she was just 13 years old.

Watch Claire's story here .

Watch Emma's story here .

All the researchers featured are BHF funded researchers who are currently working on life-saving research projects.

Our research is powered by your support. Join the fight for every heartbeat – donate today at

British Heart Foundation – I hate heart disease

This advert shows how devastating heart disease can be and that it can affect anyone. But the BHF is fighting back through research.

Each scene in the advert features somebody who has been affected by heart disease, including Claire, whose unborn baby has congenital heart disease, footballer Fabrice Muamba, who survived a cardiac arrest and Emma, who died when she was just 13 years old.

Watch Claire's story here…
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Watch Emma's story here…
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All the researchers featured are BHF funded researchers who are currently working on life-saving research projects.

Our research is powered by your support. Join the fight for every heartbeat – donate today at

British Heart Foundation – I hate heart disease, Mark’s story

Our research is powered by your support. Join the fight for every heartbeat.

Mark Kearney, BHF Research Professor and star of our latest TV advert, talks about what gets him up in the morning, and how his research is driving forward to help improve the lives of heart patients.

British Heart Foundation – I hate heart disease, Emma’s story

Join the fight for every heartbeat. Donate today at

Emma Carter died 12 March 2004 from a cardiac arrest at just 13 years old. Her mother Jayne and brother Perry kindly agreed to help the British Heart Foundation fight heart disease. This is their story.