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Written on 08th June 2018
Kay Yeowart MBE is the co-founder of PHA UK. Her son Lewis was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension 20 years ago, aged 13, and the family have had many holidays together since. Here, Kay shares her tips for travelling abroad with PH and the steps to take to minimise the risks.
Written on 31st May 2018
The weather was firmly on our side for the first-ever PHact Finding and Fun Weekend for children with PH under the care of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital (GOSH).
Written on 25th May 2018
Today the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force – a new data protection law to ensure your data is used properly and legally. So, we wanted to take this opportunity to let you know that at the PHA UK we take looking after our members’ data seriously.
Written on 07th May 2018
PRESS RELEASE: Patient voices have helped secure the approval of a new drug designed to improve the lives of people affected by a rare, life-limiting disease in Scotland.
Written on 16th April 2018
A campaign to get people up, dressed and moving whilst in hospital has been launched by England’s top nurse.
Written on 13th April 2018
Patients with Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension (CTEPH) are now able to benefit from a pioneering procedure that uses tiny balloons to inflate and compress blockages in the blood vessels.