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A Christmas celebration with the Holst Singers

Friday 8th December, 7.30pm
St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden

An annual Christmas Concert with the Holst Singers to raise funds for Breathing Matters. The Holst Singers are one of Britain’s foremost choirs, described by the BBC as a “leading chorus on the international stage."

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Image shows Sir Robert Francis who opened  the  centre, talking  with staff and a patient.

UCLH Neuromuscular Complex Care Centre

UCLH opened its doors to the World's first Neuromuscular Complex Care Centre after UCLH Charity funded and project-managed its development. Dr Ros Quinlivan, consultant in neuromuscular disease reviews the impact this is having on patients with neuromuscular disorders.

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Video: A day in the life of UCLH

Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at UCLH?

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Debbie Fund: Our story

How one family utilised their support network to fund research into cervical cancer.

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Our Funds: Neonatal Care

Judith Meek, consultant neonatologist and Gillian Kennedy, consultant speech and language therapist and NIDCAP Trainer, explore how the UCLH Charity Neonatal Fund supports developmental care for neonates

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Cadets fundraise for UCLH Charity’s TTP Fund

Waltham Forest Police Cadets completed the Charity’s Bridgathon London walk for UCLH Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (TTP) fund, after their cadet leader, Christine Paravenska was treated for the rare and life-threatening blood disorder at UCLH.

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UCLH Charity funds falls prevention pilot

Find out what measures the charity is funding to reduce falls in UCLH and prevent patients from harm.

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The Andrea Firebrace fund

In memory of his wife, Henry Firebrace set up a foundation to raise money for research into acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). But why research? An interview with Dr Marc Mansour.

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UCLH Charity funds pioneering PhD research into fetal ruptures

PhD student, David Barrett is developing a new way to seal ruptured fetal membranes after Preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM). The work was partly funded by UCLH Charity and has since been published in the Prenatal Diagnosis journal.

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