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Stanley’s story

Stanley Murphy is two years old and has Tay Sachs. He has no muscle tone and cannot move or support his head. He often has seizures and may not live to three year’s old. His rare condition means he cannot move and must lie horizontally, yet his mum and dad have been told he must be…

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Co-op local community fund

We are delighted that The CATS Foundation was chosen as one of the charities to benefit from the Co-op’s Local Community Fund! The charity is benefiting fro 1% of sales from the Co-op store in Charlton in London and we were invited in to meet some customers on Saturday 21st January.

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Universidad de Sevilla research update – January 2017

We are delighted to share with you an research project update from Dr. Mario David Cordero Morales from the Universidad de Sevilla. His project is called: Evaluation of the autophagy process and the inflammasome complex as a possible therapeutic alternative for Tay-Sachs and Sandhoff diseases This report shows the findings of the research financed by ACTAYS…

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ALF Rugby 10s 2016

We once again put a team into the ALF Rugby 10s and had a fantastic time at the event. The team did brilliant and we were successful in winning the cup competition! Photos Photos of the event can be found below or on our Flickr page here.

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mtn-i MTN Showcase & Awards 2016

We want to say a big thank you to mtn-i for choosing to support The CATS Foundation during their MTN Showcase & Awards!  We had a brilliant night at the event where the charity was invited to share the story of the charity where we played a video that had been produced. The event was a huge success and a…

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