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Good Morning Britain 23h
Here’s the wonderful moment when the singing nurse, who performs McFly songs to her patients, was surprised live on air by band member . ❀️
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 22
Who spotted GOSH Staff Nurse Beth and GOSH mum Gemma on today? Last week, Beth caused an online sensation when a video of her singing McFly's 'It's All About You' to Gemma's son, Artie, got thousands of shares online. Here's another rendition from Beth! 😎🎀🎡🎸🌟
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 22
"I wanted it to be a book that children could truly make their own." Thank you to former patient Georgina who recently visited GOSH to share copies of her book 'My New Kidney', interactively designed to help young people through the process of having a renal transplant πŸ“šπŸ»
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 22
Replying to @varanh @GOSHCharity
Thanks Hari for doing this for !
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 22
β€œWe were told that Josh had Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma (JNA), a rare facial tumour that had been growing for a long time into every cavity it could find,” says Josh’s mum, Dawn. Read their incredible GOSH story here:
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 19
Here are more lovely positive comments we've received from patients and families, which we share every week on πŸ₯πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€βš•οΈπŸ‘©πŸΌβ€βš•οΈπŸ˜Š Visited us recently? We'd love to hear your views:
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Great Ormond Street Hospital retweeted
The Air Team Jul 19
Watch the magic that can happen when you take the cars away and give the road back to the people...
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 18
Thank you for supporting !
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 18
β€œI think music speaks to everyone’s soul. When kids and families are going through the toughest time, it brings a bit of normality and joy.” Meet nurse Beth, who caused an online sensation this week after performing a Mcfly song for patient Artie: πŸ™ŒπŸŽΆ
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 17
Replying to @RonnieM81 @GOSHCharity
Fantastic Mayah- thank you for supporting !
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BBC News (UK) Jul 15
Safa and Marwa - named after the twin hills in Mecca They are Craniopagus conjoined twins, the rarest form of what is already a rare condition This is their remarkable story by
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 15
Replying to @GreatOrmondSt
Four operations, 55 hours of operating time – and a fond farewell! After 9 months of care, the twins and their family left GOSH on 1 July. Safa and Marwa have a long road ahead – but we are hopeful they will be able to live active, happy lives! πŸ‘‹πŸ’—
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 15
Replying to @GreatOrmondSt
The future looks bright for both Safa and Marwa. After their final surgery, they began their recuperation at – here they are enjoying β€˜Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star’ during a playful physio session! 🌟🌟
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 15
Replying to @GreatOrmondSt
Planning Safa and Marwa’s separation demanded the very best scanning equipment. Here, neuroradiologist Dr Kshitij Mankad shows us the scans his team produced that made all the difference to the twin’s successful treatment. πŸ”
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 15
Replying to @GreatOrmondSt
Only one in every 2.5 million births produces conjoined twins – and only five percent of those are craniopagus. We spoke to surgeons Owase and David about the extraordinary process of separating them. πŸ‘ΆπŸ½πŸ‘ΆπŸ½
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 15
Replying to @GreatOrmondSt
Meet the amazing team behind Safa and Marwa’s treatment. Their care demanded close collaboration between more than 100 experts at – one of the only places in the world with the skills and facilities for this procedure. πŸ™ŒπŸ”¬
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 15
Replying to @GreatOrmondSt
β€˜Craniopagus’ twins – those joined by the head – are extremely rare and separating them is very complex. Watch our animation to learn how GOSH enabled Safa and Marwa to begin living independent lives. πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈπŸ”πŸ‘¨β€βš•οΈ
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 15
We’ve an incredible story to share with you: conjoined twins Safa and Marwa have been successfully separated – the first such procedure at since 2011! Discover their extraordinary story. πŸŽ‰πŸ₯
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 15
We're delighted to have received the 'Centres of Clinical Excellence' award from Muscular Dystrophy UK! Big congrats to all the staff at our Dubowitz Neuromuscular Centre for providing outstanding care to children living with a muscle-wasting condition:
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Jul 15
We're glad she enjoyed it!
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