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Robert Douglas-Fairhurst

Personal Experience of HSCT

Robert Douglas-Fairhurst

He writes regularly for publications including the Times, Spectator, and Literary Review, while radio and television appearances include Start the Week, the Today Programme, BBC Breakfast, and The Culture Show. He has acted as the historical consultant on BBC productions of Jane Eyre, Emma, Great Expectations and Dickensian, and both of the Enola Holmes films for Netflix. He has judged the Man Booker Prize and the Baillie Gifford Prize, and in 2015 he was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

After being diagnosed with PPMS in 2017, Robert underwent aHSCT at London Bridge Hospital in 2019. He has chosen to speak at this conference in support of AIMS and its attempts to raise awareness of the life-changing, life-saving impact that aHSCT can have on MS patients.

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