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There are several funds within UCLH Charity that are dedicated to support specific areas, specialties or departments. Read more about them here – if you wish to support an area you don't see here, please do get in touch with us!
Breathing Matters’ mission is to improve the lives of people with pulmonary fibrosis, bronchiectasis and respiratory/lung infection by finding treatments and cures through raising funds and awareness. For more information visit the Breathing Matters website: www.breathingmatters.co.uk
This fund aims to raise money to support the work of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Prion Unit at University College London (UCL) to develop a treatment or cure for CJD (Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease), and to increase awareness and understanding of the disease. Find out more at www.curecjd.org
This fund supports the babies, families and staff of the UCLH neonatal unit, which each year cares for around 1,000 of the smallest and most fragile babies in the UK and their families. To find out more, visit: www.earlylives.org
The Fight for Life children's cancer fund raises money to support radiotherapy services treating children, mainly at University College Hospital and the new Grafton Way Building. Visit the Fight for Life website here: www.fightforlife.org
The fund accommodates a support group for patients with TTP, a rare disorder of the blood coagulation system, and supports lab-based research at UCLH. Find out more about the TTP Fund.
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