Posted On: 21/12/15
"The most delightful music in this world, the light laughter of children floated freely through the place…"
In the Independent on Sunday you can read about a most unusual celebrity endorsement for GOSH - Charles Dickens. He was a huge supporter of the hospital and chaired fundraising dinners that raised around £150,000 in today's money, enabling the hospital to survive at that time. An extract from 'Drooping Buds' has also been published, where Dickens recounts visiting the hospital and...
Posted On: 10/12/15
Scientists working at the MS Society UK funded Cambridge Centre for myelin repair have made a discovery.
A protein activated by vitamin D could be involved in the myelin repair process. Find out more here http://mssoc.uk/1XVCJzG
Posted On: 07/12/15
The sum, which will be doubled to £300,000 thanks to the Treasury’s commitment to match every pound raised by the appeal, will go toward helping seriously ill children and their families at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
The Give to GOSH campaign has...