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Key campaign funds

Here is a selection of our key fundraising campaigns at UCLH Charity.

A clinical facility for ear, throat, nose and mouth conditions

Funding for a new clinical facility for treatment of conditions affecting the ear, nose, throat and mouth including dental, hearing, speech and balance services.

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Breathing Matters

Breathing Matters funds research into interstitial lung diseases and respiratory infections at UCL Respiratory – one of the world’s leading research centres for these conditions.

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Debbie Fund

The Debbie Fund was set up in memory of Debbie Philips who died of cervical cancer, and funds research into this disease. The research takes place at UCL Cancer Institute.

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Fight for Life

The Fight for Life children's cancer fund is committed to raising funds for the radiotherapy unit treating children at UCLH.

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Haematology Cancer Care

Haematology Cancer Care supports the Haematology Unit at UCLH. It raises funds to help the department to deliver exemplary treatment and care at UCLH.

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Proton Beam Therapy

The Proton Beam Therapy a new service coming to UCLH in 2020. It is an advanced form of radiotherapy used for the treatment of complex and hard-to-treat cancers in children and adults.

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Annabel Higgins, 12, was first diagnosed with a low grade astrocytoma in the brain when she was just 6 years old, after experiencing a long period of unexplained poor growth.

SUCCESS Fund

SUCCESS was created to enable brighter futures for childhood brain tumour survivors from Great Ormond Street Hospital and UCLH.

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TTP Fund

The fund accommodates a support group for patients who have suffered from TTP, a rare disorder of the blood coagulation system, and supports lab-based research at UCLH.

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UCH Cancer Fund

The UCH Cancer Fund supports enhanced services and amenities over and above what the NHS is able to provide for haematology, oncology and red cell patients.

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