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Centre vital to aid patients, says pioneering consultant

11th June 2007
A leading Midland burns consultant is urging the business community to 'dig deep' to dsafeguard the pioneering work being carreid out at Birmingham Children's Hospital.  Remo Papini has abeen responsible for introducing such innovations as spray on skin, which enables surgeons to apply skin graft to young paitents. He went on to say that moving into the new Burns Centre was vital to improving patient outcomes.

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Title: Centre vital to aid patients, says pioneering consultant
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 3104
Date Added: 11th Jun 2007

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Birmingham Post

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