University College o
f London (UCL) and 
Hope for HH are pleased to organize the 3rd Annual International Symposium for Hypothalamic Hamartomas Sept. 15-16 in London, UK where the world's foremost experts on HH neurosurgery, neurology, endocrinology, neuroradiology, genetics, and basic research will join together to create a 5-10 year research roadmap for HH.

The timing is prescient with new genetic discoveries and new interventions includin
g focused ultrasound on the horizon.

And on Sept. 17, UCL and Hope for HH will present a Professional Symposium targeting UK and European neurologists, pediatricians, nurses, neurosurgeons and other healthcare professionals who treat p atients with hypothalamic Hamartomas to provide information concerning diagnosis, treatment and management.  


UK  & EU families - please share the  Symposium information  with your healthcare  p rofessionals 
and encourage them to register and attend! 

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