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British Heart Foundation boosts spending on new research grants


Cardiovascular research charity invested £72.3 million in new research grants, bouncing back following pandemic setbacks

The British Heart Foundation increased its spending on new research grants by 40 per cent between 2020-21 and 2021-22, its annual accounts have revealed.

In the last financial year, the charity awarded 150 grants for research on heart and circulatory diseases, worth a total of £72.3 million, which compares with £51.9m the year before.

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