UK Charity Awards £2.5M to 11 Projects Into Rare Childhood Diseases

UK Charity Awards £2.5M to 11 Projects Into Rare Childhood Diseases

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UK Charity Awards £2.5M to 11 Projects Into Rare Childhood Diseases

Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Charity and Sparks are investing £2.5 million (about $3.5 million) in 11 medical research projects that will investigate rare childhood diseases, including Dravet syndrome. The GOSH Charity and Sparks National Call is a U.K. initiative to support medical research into pediatric rare diseases, as well as conditions that start in childhood. Grants are allocated to projects aiming to develop better therapies or diagnostics, or potential cures for rare disorders in…

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