One year after Fabrice Muamba's near-fatal cardiac arrest, a £1.2 million defibrillator fund has been launched.
The father of a 12-year-old boy who died after a cardiac arrest is campaigning to have defibrillators fitted in all public buildings.
Retired footballer Fabrice Muamba has joined a new campaign to have defibrillators installed in public places, after his own heart attack.
The British Heart Foundation is calling on people across the UK to fight back against heart disease.
The charity has launched a new national campaign which brings together heart patients and scientists to talk about the research which is needed to fight the disease.
The moving TV advert also features the moment that footballer Fabrice Muamba suffered from an on pitch cardiac arrest.
The retired Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba will present the Capital One Cup to the winning captain in Sunday's Wembley final between Swansea and Bradford.
The former England Under-21 international was playing for Bolton in an FA Cup quarter-final against Tottenham last March when he suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed.
Fabrice Muamba and wife Shauna have revealed they are expecting their second child, less than a year after the former footballer almost died on the pitch.
The couple, who married in October, already have a four-year-old son, Joshua, and are due to become parents again in June.
ShaunaMuamba wrote on Twitter: "Thanks for all the lovely well wishes @fmuambaand I are so happy. We've been so blessed and can't wait to meet our newbaby."
Muamba, a former England Under-21 international, was playing for Bolton in an FA Cup quarter-final against Tottenham in March when he suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed.
The midfielder's heart stopped beating for 78 minutes but because of the prompt treatment he received on the pitch he defied the odds to survive and make an incredible recovery.
Muamba had hoped to resume his football career but was advised against it by doctors and retired from the sport in August.
In October he launched the Hearts & Goals campaign, which is aiming to increase the number of defibrillators available in public places and provide CPR training to try to reduce the 100,000 people who die of sudden cardiac arrest every year in the UK.
Muamba has also published a best-selling autobiography, I'm Still Standing, and is part of ITV's coverage of the African Nations Cup.
Muamba, who lived in DR Congo until the age of 11, describes watching his country play against Africa's big-boys, and explains why too much homework could have scuppered his chances of becoming a professional footballer. Watch the interview in full from ITV Sport.
Former Arsenal team mate Fabrice Muamba tweeted that he had been in contact with Henry and that he had denied joining the social networking site.
The account appears to have been disabled.
Former Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has admitted he was nervous about returning to White Hart Lane after suffering a cardiac arrest on the pitch during an FA Cup game in March.
In an exclusive interview at the stadium with ITV Sport, he said: "I'm nervous. I just hope I don't collapse on the pitch".