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Restore - Advancing Burn and Scar Research

Restore - Advancing Burn and Scar Research

Who we are

Why is Restore's work important?

Each year over 250,000 people in the UK suffer a burn. The physical and psychological effects of scarring can be devastating, particularly for children who make up a majority of burn victims .

There is currently no way of preventing scarring or successfully treating burns through medication..

Restore’s funding of cutting-edge burn and scar research will change this and help millions of people because scarring happens in the big diseases like heart attacks, liver cirrhosis, lung fibrosis and Alzheimer’s.

What we do:

FUND medical research as advised by an independent committee of scientists and clinicians. At present we support 3 major projects at John Radcliffe Hospital,Oxford, Stoke Mandeville Hospital and North Bristol NHS Trust

SUPPORT a Fellows programme for those undertaking cutting edge research

ENGAGE with businesses and schools, as well as related services like the fire brigade

COLLABORATE with other charities that have like-minded interests and mutual causes

INFORM the public, the NHS, and scientific community about our new medical knowledge

Who do we aim to help?

  • The children and elderly who are the most frequent victims of burns and subsequent scars.
  • The armed forces who suffer chemical and other wounds in conflict.
  • People of all ages who sadly suffer a bad burn or wound that leaves them disfigured as a result.
  • All burns patients who need their emotional well-being restored

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Charity details

Registered address
Woodbine Cottage,Nether Winchendon
HP18 0EA

Charity number

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