“We need to make more hearts available for when hearts truly break.”


- Professor John Fraser

Heart engineers, leading the future.

The extreme cases of heart disease result in total heart failure – and the only long term cure is a heart transplant. But there are less hearts available than there are people who need them. It’s a matter of life and death.

Our team are creating new ways to mend broken hearts. The only thing that prevents them from achieving something remarkable is funding. But just $11 a month will help buy some of the precious time needed to, develop the technology and procedures to make more hearts available and even recondition them before transplant.

Professor John Fraser is donating his time to lead a specialised team of brilliant surgeons, engineers, clinicians and nurses from around the world, in order to develop a process that will make use of hearts that were normally considered unsuitable for transplant.

We are developing ways to restore hearts and ‘reboot’ them – a world first!

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