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Joe Humphries father, and the founder of the Joe Humphries Memorial Trust wants to use a conference in Leicester to raise awareness of Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS), as deaths from SADS can be prevented.
A consultant from Leicester's Hospitals also wants to make people aware of the condition, and know that things can be done to prevent the condition, such as spotting warning signs, or administering CPR immediately.
A charity hoping to raise awareness of sudden deaths in teenagers and young adults will speak to healthcare professionals in Leicester today.
The Joe Humphreys Memorial Trust was set up to help people affected by Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome after Joe died while out jogging last year.
Former Leicester Tigers, and World Cup winning rugby star, Martin Johnson, will launch the conference at Leicester’s Hospitals.