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UAE-funded research centre to help doctors make life-saving breakthroughs for sick children

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UAE funded research centre

UAE funded research centre

A new UAE-backed research centre will help doctors develop cures for children battling rare diseases “quicker than ever before”, said a senior professor at one of the world’s leading hospitals. Bobby Gaspar, professor of paediatrics and immunology at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, said the Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Diseases in Children will support hundreds of clinicians and researchers to make vital medical breakthroughs to improve the lives of countless children when it opens in July.
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The facility, which is to be based in London, benefitted from a £60 million (Dh278m) donation from Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, the wife of the UAE’s Founding Father Sheikh Zayed, and chairwoman of the General Women’s Union. “The work that will take place in the Zayed Centre for Research will enable us to make breakthroughs and develop cures for rare diseases quicker than ever before, giving children everywhere the chance of a longer and fuller life,” said Prof Gaspar.

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