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Rosalie Martin Advocates Event Series COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Centre Update

Last year we formed the COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Centre to support our local community, our country, and our world. The Rosalie Martin Advocates Event Series showcased these updates.

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Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disease where the immune system reacts abnormally
to gluten. For people with coeliac disease, even small amounts of gluten can damage the
lining of the small intestine (bowel). We’re undertaking research initiatives that will help
discover new ways to diagnose, treat, and manage Coeliac Disease.
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Coeliac Disease
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Tourette’s Syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder that develops
in childhood. Individuals with TS make involuntary movements
and vocalisations (known as tics), which may be painful,
embarrassing, and functionally impairing.
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Tourette’s Syndrome
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Coeliac Disease
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Tourette’s
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Wesley Medical Research Annual Report – 2020-2021

For more than 26 years, Wesley Medical Research has continued to push the frontiers of medicine, delivering real impact to patients while contributing to knowledge through research worldwide. This year’s Annual Report shows updates and achievements from the start of July 2020 through to the end of June 2021.

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Annual Reports

Wesley Medical Research Annual Report – 2020-2021

For more than 26 years, Wesley Medical Research has continued to push the frontiers of medicine, delivering real impact to patients while contributing to knowledge through research worldwide. This year’s Annual Report shows updates and achievements from the start of July 2020 through to the end of June 2021.

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Our key partners help us deliver the very best in research and help with the fight against deadly disease.

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