Thank you for helping us to fight for a life free of pain.

Thank you for caring and for any help that you are able to offer. Together we can beat this most cruel of conditions and give these children the chance to live a life free from excruciating pain – a life like ours.

Costs of our events, fundraising and admin are underwritten, so that 100% of your donation can go to fund research. Cure EB (formerly the Sohana Research Fund) is run by Sohana’s parents who cover the costs of an administrator, events and fundraising, helped by a volunteer team.

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To donate by mail, download a donation form here and send in with your your cheque or CAF payable to Cure EB and mail it to our office address:

Cure EB
175-185 Grays Inn Road

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Please call 02076070611 and say you wish to make a donation to Cure EB and to pay by BACS transfer

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If you are a UK taxpayer, please consider making a Gift Aid declaration so we can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give. Click HERE to download a Gift Aid form.

Thank you for helping us to fight for a life free of pain.

RDEB is an incurable, progressive, debilitating and very painful; condition which leads to malignant skin cancer and an early death. Researching this condition has been chronically underfunded for years because of the rare nature of the condition.

On every other scale – it is a condition that needs treatment. In humanitarian terms these children suffer diabolical pain every minute of every day. In economic terms, the condition is very expensive to ‘manage’. The treatments would be cost effective and are expected to improve quality of life significantly. An outcome that was unthinkable for RDEB until very recently. To not be able to fund this work would be therefore a travesty. Ultimately a cure is expected to come from one of the research strands being pursued . Delaying this possibility, prolongs the suffering of children alive today.