Cardiomyopathy continues to be one of the most complex and difficult heart disease to treat in children. Research holds the key to finding better treatments and potential cures for this heart disease. The Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation works with leading investigators and medical institutions to accelerate the pace of research on this disease. We all hope to see the day when not another child is affected by this disease.
If you are a family affected by cardiomyopathy, please consider participating in national research. What researchers and doctors discover may help your child as well as thousands of other affected children. You can find out more about specific National Institute of Health (NIH) sponsored studies by visiting the "Clinical Research Studies" section. In the Research section, we have tips on searching for active studies that are recruiting patients and a reference page listing selected medical publications on the disease.