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research into retinal detachment.

Your generosity can help 

Although advances have been made, the necessary timely molecular genetic analysis can still prove elusive, resulting in delayed treatment and blindness. 
Why is this especially important? Children typically present late with retinal detachment, by which time surgical repair may only restore limited vision, or worse be beyond salvage altogether. 
Donations = Funding for Research = Answers

Donate to the Vitreoretinal Research Group

Donate online
Online donations can be made by credit or debit card. The Vitreoretinal Research group pays the small fee associated with online payments. 

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Please let us know you have made a donation by filling in the donation form.

We would like to check that it has arrived safely and thank you for your kind support.

Bank Transfer details

Account name: Vitreoretinal Research Group Account Number: 63020468 Sort Code: 30-99-50

Sending a Cheque 

Please make cheques payable to: Vitreoretinal Research Group Send to: Mr Martin Snead Director of Vitreoretinal Research John van Geest Centre for Brain Repair, University of Cambridge, Forvie Site, Robinson Way Cambridge, CB2 0PY UK

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Remember us in your Will

By leaving a legacy, your gift enables us to save sight. It is one way of making a positive difference beyond your lifetime.

If you have already made a Will, you may like to consider asking your solicitor to add a codicil, which will incorporate your gift to the Vitreoretinal Research Group. Should you wish guidance on adding a legacy to your Will please get in touch with a solicitor or us.

Donating through your salary

A small regular donation from your salary can make a big difference to us. Find out more:


Making regular donations

Interested in donating on a regular basis or you are a company wishing to support the Vitreoretinal Research Group, please contact us. 

Find out more about the Vitreoretinal service based at Addenbrooke's Hospital
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