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Royal College of Physicians venue to hold WMDA International Donor Registry Conference

Royal College of Physicians
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) will hold the 10th annual International Donor Registry Conference in partnership with the World Marrow Donor Association (WMDA). The event will take place on the 14th-17th May 2014 with over 200 attendees for the WMDA working group meetings followed by the International Donor Registry Conference, hosted by blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.

The event programme is designed to educate delegates on the key issues relating to bone marrow donation and transplants with educational sessions from expert speakers on subjects including transplant outcomes and donor availability.

The event will utilise the venue’s Wolfson auditorium for the plenary session along with four additional break out spaces and the unique medicinal garden for a reception.

Sales and Marketing Manager at RCP Natacha Allen says: “We are delighted to be hosting the 10th International Donor Registry Conference. The work of the charity is truly inspiring and we are proud to have been chosen as the location for such a key milestone in the history of their work and research.”

Richard Davidson, Marketing and Communications Director, Anthony Nolan adds: “The first International Donor Registry Conference was held in London 20 years ago and it’s fantastic to have it back in the capital in 2014, hosted by Anthony Nolan in the fortieth anniversary year of the charity, which was the world’s first bone marrow register. The prestigious Royal College of Physicians is the perfect venue for the 20th WMDA, it’s steeped in 500 years of history and overlooks iconic Regent’s Park which gives attendees a central location to enjoy London.”

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