The English Surgeon, A film by Geoffrey Smith
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How Can I Help? What Can I do?

Dr. Henry Marsh and Dr. Igor Kurilets' need your help more than ever to continue their mission in the Ukraine. Igor's dreams of building a new clinic on the outskirts of Kiev can be made a reality through your support and donations. To build the clinic it will cost 3 MILLION DOLLARS. To date Henry and Igor have raised $175,000 and though it is a great start so much more is needed.

What Can You Do To Help

Host A Screening - At home, at work or at your community hall and raise money for the new clinic Igor and Henry are trying to build.

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Make a Donation Online

Log on to the Neuroscience Research Foundation by clicking here , then click on 'How to Help' and then 'One Off Donation'.

Make a Donation by Check

Donations via check should be made payable to: Neurofund. Please add to "Memo" field: Ukraine Appeal-Dr Henry Marsh.
Send to:

Neurosciences Research Foundation
St George's University of London
Academic Neurosurgery Unit
Cranmer Terrace
London UK SW17 0RE

IMPORTANT: To ensure your donation is allocated to the fund Henry has set up on behalf of Igor's new clinic please send an email with details of your donation to: neurosurgery@sgul.ac.uk or directly to Dr. Marsh at henry.marsh@stgeorges.nhs.uk

news

Henry Marsh's new book is now available:

Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery

Reviews in The Times, The Independent & The Telegraph.

Click here to buy on Amazon.

The English Surgeon wins the 2011 Dupont-Columbia Silver Baton Award! Click here for more info

Henry Marsh has been honoured with a CBE! Click here for more info

The English Surgeon has won the Emmy for Outstanding Science and Technology Programming!!! Click here for more info

The Directors Guild of America has nominated Geoffrey Smith for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary for 2009. The winner will be announced at the 62nd Annual DGA Awards Dinner on Saturday, January 30, 2010. Click here for more info

Manohla Dargis of the NY Times and Betsy Sharkey of the LA Times choose The English Surgeon as one of their favorite films of 2009.

Director Geoffrey Smith interviewed for POV on PBS. Click here to watch.

POV viewers comment on The English Surgeon Click here for more.

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