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Heart Research Institute

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The Heart Research Institute is the ONLY Australian organisation solely dedicated to finding a cure for atherosclerosis, hardening of the arteries, which is the most common form of heart disease. Scientists at The Heart Research Institute are working on a three prongred approach of: early diagnosis; prevention and reversal.

The Heart Research Institute is led by internationally renowned scientists. It is focused on the human catastrophes that affect almost every one of us and cause a tragic waste of human potential.

Heart disease will kill more people every year than AIDS, Cancer, and road accidents combined.

Your contribution will allow our scientists to continue their work in the most productive manner possible, free of constraints of lack of funding.

With heartfelt thanks for your support.

Heart Research Institute
7 Eliza Street
Newtown, NSW  2042
Ph: 1800-651-373
Fax: (02) 9241-6668
Web: http://www.hri.org.au
Email: fundraising@hri.org.au

ABN: 41 003 209 952       DGR: Endorsed / Approved

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This organisation accepts volunteer labour  Volunteering:
Phone (02) 9241 4300 for details
Email this address events@hri.org.au listing your contact
details and how you might be able to help.

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