Join us for our free Patient Education Day on Saturday 1st July where we will be talking about Gene Therapy and New Therapies for Sickle Cell.
The event will also include a performance from the popular B-Positive Choir, as seen on the Mobo Awards and Britain’s Got Talent, and food at 10am.
This event will take place from 10am – 2pm at the Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT. (7 mins walk from Oxford Circus).
We will also be hosting the event online and so if you can’t join us in person, you can register to watch the event online.
Book your free tickets here http://www.bit.ly/patient-education-day-23
10.00 Registration – Teas & Coffee
10.15 Welcome address by Mr John James
10.30 B Positive Choir performance/Entertainment
11.00 Sickle cell – what treatments are currently available and why do we need curative treatments with Dr Rachel Kesse-Adu
11.20 About Bone Marrow Transplant with Dr Ben Carpenter/Dr Victoria Potter
11.40 About Gene Therapy with Professor Josu Delafuente
12.00 Tea Break
12.15 Live Panel Discussion – patient post-transplant/patient in run up to transplant/gene therapy patient. With Mr John James/Professor Josu Delafuente/Dr Ben Carpenter or Dr Victoria Potter/ and patients x 2
SC Specialist Nurse
13.00 Thanks and closing remarks by Mr John James – SCS Chief Executive
13.10 – 1400 Lunch
Please contact Sandra Reyes at the Sickle Cell Society with any questions you have about the event via email: Sandra.firstname.lastname@example.org