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Are you, or a loved one, living with a chest, heart or stroke condition? We’re here to support you every step of the way. Whether you want to find out more about your condition and how to manage it at home, or want to access vital services to help you live life to the full, visit our Support For You section to find out more about how Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland can support your recovery.
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Read the inspiring stories of Scotland’s real heroes – the amazing people who are living life to the full after a lifechanging stroke or diagnosis of a chest or heart condition.
Andy’s wife acted FAST when she realised he was having a stroke. Having fought hard to recover, he’s sharing his story to help other survivors feel less alone.
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Despite having her amazing friends and family supporting her, Debbie felt so isolated and alone after her stroke. She called our Advice Line nurses who were a “lifeline” and helped her get through her darkest time.
Read Debbie's story
Agnes has been living with the chronic chest condition bronchiectasis for decades. She is so thankful to have joined one of our Peer Support Groups to chat to other people who know exactly what she’s going through.
Read Agnes's story
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