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Ground-breaking event on Prenatal Surgery in Spina Bifida comes to the UK

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The UK’s first conference dedicated to prenatal surgery in spina bifida will soon be bringing specialists around the world together to discuss this important treatment option. The first event of its kind for professionals in the UK will take place on Tuesday 7th…

Shine Cymru Celebrates Golden Anniversary

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Welsh Government Minister for Health and Social Services, Professor Mark Drakeford AM, will join Shine Cymru’s Golden Anniversary Celebrations today. The afternoon tea event will take place at the Norwegian Church Arts Centre, Cardiff Bay. Both Shine and the church have a fascinating…

Shine celebrates 50 years of support for people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus

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HRH The Duchess of Gloucester, GCVO, attended a launch service in Peterborough to mark the Golden Anniversary of the charity, Shine, which offers specialist health services to people affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. On a beautiful…

CAPITAL South Wales presents £30,925 cheque to SHINE on behalf of Global's Make Some Noise!

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A grant from Global’s Make Some Noise Campaign will help children with complex disabilities discover ways to live life to the full. Children affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus face a lifetime of health, mobility, social and learning difficulties. The conditions can affect…

Royal Patron to attend Golden Celebration for disability charity

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HRH The Duchess of Gloucester, will attend a Service to mark the launch of Shine's Golden Anniversary. The Duchess, who has been the Patron of the charity since 1973, will meet some of the charity’s members among the 250 delegates attending the launch.…

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