£20 can improve women’s health by paying for one hour of vital research into the causes and treatments of reproductive health problems.
£50 takes us a step nearer a cure for cancer by paying for 3 hours use of a high-powered microscope to discover the effects viruses have on cancer cells.
£250 could mean a successful pregnancy for childless couples by providing pipettes needed for analysis of DNA samples, which could help women who’ve experienced recurrent miscarriage.
£500 could help find a cure for ovarian cancer by paying for chemicals to progress gene therapy.
£1000 could inspire a future specialist, researcher or midwife by enabling another medical student or midwife to broaden their experience with a study bursary.