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The Future of Infectious Disease: 100 years since the Spanish Flu

Join us on 8th November for exclusive late night access to the Science Museum and a debate on #longevity #health #pandemics #ageing #futureofhealth #infectiousdiseases. 

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ILC would like to invite you to our upcoming event The Future of Infectious Diseases: 100 years of the Spanish Flu.

  • Thursday 8th November, 18:30 for 19:00 - 20:00
  • Panel debate followed by a reception in 'Superbugs: The Fight for Our Lives' exhibition until 21:30.
  • Speakers include Natasha McEnroe, Keeper of Medicines, Science Museum, Gillian Ellsbury, Medical Team Leader, Pfizer; Baroness Sally Greengross, ILC Chief Executive; Steven Baxter, Club Vita, and Nicola Oliver, Medical Director, Medical Intelligence UK.
  • The Science Museum, 64 Exhibition Rd, Kensington, London SW7 2DD

2018 marks the 100th anniversary of Spanish Flu. Since then, we have seen significant investments in public health and clean water as well as the introduction of vaccination across the world.

However, we are witnessing warnings that we are becoming complacent about the impact of infectious diseases. Join us for the panel discussion where we will consider what can be done by policymakers to keep infectious disease at bay, followed by a reception in 'Superbugs: The Fight for Our Lives'.

To register for this free event, please click here.

Financial support for this meeting was provided through a charitable donation from Pfizer.




Lily Parsey

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