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Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust
Great Ormond Street
London
WC1N 3JH

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  • Astrovirus New virus found to cause dangerous brain infectionA newly recognised virus, which shows similarities to viruses found in bats, mink, and sheep, may be the cause of a severe brain infection in children whose immune systems are low, discovers a team at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
  • Research and innovation - Lab services GOSH named as key centre in 100,000 Genome ProjectGreat Ormond Street Hospital is set to play a lead role in a project which will help researchers and clinicians better understand, and ultimately treat, rare and inherited diseases and common cancers.
  • Helen Cross Photo Dec 13 - Neurology Cannabis-based medicine to be tested as child epilepsy therapyChildren with severe epilepsy could be helped by a new treatment derived from the cannabis plant. Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital and other UK centres have been given the go-ahead to test the medicine, which does not contain the ingredient that produces the high associated with recreational cannabis use.

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