Saving Faces’ public debate on stem cell research with internationally renowned speakers, 25th May 2005

Join us at our 2005 public debate with internationally renowned speakers on the topic of stem cell research on 25th May 2005.

The public debeate will take place at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London SE1 at 10am to 1pm.

Last year’s launch of our national clinical trials centre was so successful that we plan to organise a similar public-information event about science annually. This year’s hot topic is stem cell research and our event has been designed as a debate to ensure that it is lively and fun as well as informative. Featuring top international scientists, fertility clinicians and bio-ethicists, it will not only highlight advances in this research but also provide a reality check on the actual (compared to the virtual) prospects of these cells transforming our lives. Our speakers are always chosen for the simplicity of their presentation as much as for their scientific knowledge – after all this is an event to entertain and inform us all, whatever our age and background, so don’t be intimidated by the title – the event is being organised for you. We anticipate that there will be a huge demand for places, so:


To confirm your place please send a cheque payable to Saving Faces to St Bartholomew’s Hospital, West Smithfield, London EC1A 7BE. A ticket will then be sent to you by post or email.

Tickets are £10 (£5 concessions).

See below for further details

Public debate on stem cell research