Drug Research Charities | Charity Directory - Charity Choice

Included in this section are UK-based drug research charities. To find out about these groups, or to learn how you can donate - money, time or goods - or raise funds, simply click on an individual organisation. Whether you've an interest in medicine research generally, or in a specific area like drug trials or homeopathic medicine research, our listings contain all you need to know.

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Elton John AIDS Foundation

London

Elton John AIDS Foundation is one of the largest private funding institutions for AIDS in the w...Read more »

Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre supports the science of chemistry and crystallography in a...Read more »

Neurogenesis Research

Colchester, Essex

Down Syndrome Research Foundation

High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Alport Uk

Tetbury, Gloucestershire

The Ehlers-Danlos Support UK

Borehamwood, Hertfordshire

Dyna & Fala Weinstock Charitable Trust

Edgware, Middlesex

The charity supports other charities by making grants to promote charitable work in the UK.Read more »

Action Against Cancer

Bury, Greater Manchester

Institute of Biomedical Science

London

Professional body for biomedical scientists in the UK and Ireland.Read more »

Cystic Fibrosis Trust (Scotland)

Aberdeen

Cystic Fibrosis Scotland is part of a nationally active charity who actively advocate and raise f...Read more »

SOS Bus NI

Belfast

Royal United Hospital Charitable Fund

Bath, Bath & North East Somerset

The Royal United Hospital Charitable Fund exists to fundraise towards the continued developments ...Read more »

St Peters Trust for Kidney, Bladder & Prostate Research

London

St Peterís Trust was founded in 1970 with a legacy of £50,000, donated by a patient of Mr Howard ...Read more »

Diabetes UK Medway Swale

Gillingham, Kent

Diabetes UK Medway Swale provide distinct care packages to people living with type one and type t...Read more »

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