The road to recovery

“I don’t turn up in a blue light, tell everyone to stand back, pull off my shirt and announce that I’m Superman!” Meet the Children’s Acute Transport Service (CATS) team. This is intensive care – but on the move:…Read More

Fundraising for Great Ormond Street Hospital over 100 years ago

How did Oscar Wilde and Sarah Coulson (pictured) support early fundraising efforts for Great Ormond Street Hospital? Read about it on our blog: http://blog.gosh.org/our-hospital/early-fundraising/

Heroes and superheroes visit the Great Ormond Street Hospital school

Heroes and superheroes visited the Great Ormond Street Hospital school recently with the return of Paralympian Will Bayley and the launch day for a book about superheroes. Read more on our blog: http://blog.gosh.org/our-hospital/heroes-and-superheroes/

Make a difference this Christmas with a message for Great Ormond Street Hospital patients

Could you send a festive message to our patients? Find out how you could make a difference to patients who can't get home this Christmas. http://blog.gosh.org/our-charity/make-a-difference-this-christmas/

Great Ormond Street Hospital patients get a pizza masterclass with ASK Italian restaurants

Great Ormond Street Hospital patients got a pizza masterclass this week with ASK Italian restaurants and chef Theo Randall. Niamh, 12, was particularly inspired by the day. Read about it on our blog:…Read More

Grant awarded to develop new drug for Duchenne muscular dystrophy

A team of scientists, at Great Ormond Street Hospital's research partner, have won a grant to develop and test a drug treatment for boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. http://blog.gosh.org/research/duchenne-muscular-dystrophy/

Bringing haemodialysis home

Eight-year-old Maya used to spend three days a week at Great Ormond Street Hospital for kidney dialysis. However since joining a new programme, she's been undergoing her treatment at home. http://blog.gosh.org/patientsandparents/home-haemodialysis/
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