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Statement in response to today's media coverage

In response to today’s media coverage of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee Report, we want to reassure our supporters that, whichever way you contact us, we have always provided the opportunity for you to opt out of any further communication from us or other third parties. 

Kai's story: One of the first patients to be treated at the Zayed Centre for Research

Our brand new medical facility, the Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children, brings together pioneering research and clinical care under one roof to drive forward new treatments and cures for seriously ill children, both across the UK and internationally. One of the first patients to be treated at the Centre is Kai, aged 10. 

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Drug derived from cannabis could spell the end of seizures for children with epilepsy

A drug derived from cannabis could have a life changing effect for thousands of people living with epilepsy, according to new research published today by Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

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All the answers to your frequently asked questions about Peter Pan and Great Ormond Street Hospital. 

Caring for children who have suffered button battery ingestion

As the UK’s top paediatric doctors warn of the devastating impact of children swallowing button batteries, we meet some of the team from Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) who care for the patients who have suffered from this ingestion injury.
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Mike and Sulley bring monstrous fun to patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital with a special screening of Monsters University

The amazing stars of Disney Pixar’s Monsters University, Mike and Sulley, brought monstrous fun to Great Ormond Street Hospital on Thursday 4 July 2013. Patients met their favourite characters and were then treated to a special mini-premiere screening of the film....

Great Ormond Street Hospital patients celebrate success at the British Transplant Games

Two teams from Great Ormond Street Hospital are celebrating after winning coveted Best Children's Team awards at the British Transplant Games.

The teams, who have all had heart, lung or kidney transplants at the hospital, competed against...

Childhood arthritis: a joint project

Professor Lucy Wedderburn leads the Childhood Arthritis Response to Medication Study (CHARMS), which has been supported by GOSH Charity and Sparks.

The study, which has brought together teams and findings from across the UK and around the world, hopes to gain a better understanding of the causes of arthritis in children, and how best to treat those affected.

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