The Healing Foundation conference on the 1st of July at the RCS in London, attended by Vivien Morgan CEO and Amanda Oliver Campaign Manager, hosted a day for a number of charities who work in the field of disfigurement – a great opportunity for networking with other alike organisations. Amongst those attending included CLAPA,Changing Faces, DEBRA, Facial Palsy- as well as Blond McIndoe who have a new CEO Maxine Smeaton, Dan’s Fund and the Children’s Burns Trust. It was a fantastic day for Restore building new connections with charities alike.
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Focusing on prevention and treatment of abnormal wound healing, Restore is an independent research charity based at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, in Buckinghamshire in collaboration with the laboratories of Oxford, Bristol and London Universities.
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