The impact of medical research on children's lives

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 19 August 2015

13 mins

Every day children are sadly diagnosed with various medical issues. To ensure these children live happy and healthy lives, medical research is imperative for the treatment of childhood illness and disease.

Today we spoke to Lorel Colgin who works for the Childrens Medical Research Institute and has seen the direct impact medical research can have in her own personal life. 

GUEST: Lorel Colgin, Head of Marketing and Communications from the Children's Medical Research Institue 
WEBSITE: Childrens Medical Research Institute

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