Pioneering London unit seeks cures for blindness, diabetes and organ damage

10 June 2013

The UCL Institute of Immunity and Transplantation at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead has been opened by the Duke of York. Researchers at the multi-million pound centre hope to develop lifesaving cures for chronic conditions such as cancer, HIV and diabetes. Read: Evening Standard More: UCL News, Ham & High, Research Fortnight