Advanced Heart Failure

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Heart failure is a common condition affecting 1–2% of adults in the developed world, with a prevalence greater than 10% in older adult cohorts. Mortality rates are comparable to many cancers and heart failure is a common cause of unscheduled hospital admissions.  

Established in 2018 by the universities of Oxford, Bristol and Cambridge, the PSP will identify the questions that are most important to those affected by the condition.

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