Royal Brompton Hospital is home to Europe’s largest cystic fibrosis unit and is a leading centre for research into this life-shortening, respiratory disease, which affects an estimated 10,000 people in the UK.
Professor Eric Alton, coordinator of the UK Cystic Fibrosis Gene Therapy Consortium (which includes centres in Edinburgh, Oxford and London) will be leading this lecture and talking about recent trials that are providing new insights into how the disease could be better treated.
We apologise, but this talk has had to be postponed.
A new date will be advertised in due course.
Date: Thursday 28th May
Venue: Imperial College, Royal Brompton Campus (corner Dovehouse Street / Cale Street)