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LifeArc commits to spending £1.3bn on medical research

   

Charity to double its annual spend to support new diagnostics, drugs, devices and digital solutions

The medical research charity LifeArc has committed to spending up to £1.3 billion by 2030 to tackle health challenges.

The funding, which was unveiled in the charity’s new strategy on 17 November, will support new diagnostics, drugs, devices and digital solutions to “transform” the way diseases such as motor neurone disease are prevented, identified and treated.

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