TMC is supporting “Jeans for Genes Day”, what does this mean?
The work of the scientists at Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) has a single aim – to improve and extend the lives of children everywhere.
One in twenty children is born with a congenital abnormality or genetic disease. That’s over 12,000 children born in Australia each year. CMRI is dedicated to changing this.
CMRI has been a pioneer in the field of paediatric medical research since its inception in 1958.
Its many achievements include increasing survival rates of premature babies, establishing Australia’s first research unit for newborns, developing life saving microsurgery techniques, and introducing vaccines that protect against a number of potentially fatal or disabling childhood diseases.
When you support Jeans for Genes you are helping unravel cures for future generations of children.
CMRI’s vital work does not receive guaranteed government funding and relies on community support.
Toormina Medical Centre
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Sawtell Medical Centre
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