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Eight Nights of Fundraising: Our GOSH Chanukah Appeal

Help us bring light to seriously ill children this Chanukah

Across the eight nights of Chanukah, we’re asking Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) supporters – including you – to raise funds to support our incredible Play team.

Games are an essential part of Chanukah fun, but play is even more important when a child is seriously ill. Our Play team provides care that goes beyond the medical needs of each child, providing an opportunity for children to work through any emotions and worries they have about being in hospital.

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).

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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