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New Necrotising Fasciitis website launch for Lee Spark Foundation

Aug 17, 2022 | Latest News | 0 comments

We’re so excited to announce the launch of the brand new Necrotising Fasciitis website for the Lee Spark NF Foundation:

We’ve been working super hard on this project this year in the hope of bringing you:

  • A more modern look and feel.
  • A warm and welcoming appearance.
  • A better mobile experience.
  • A website that is easier to navigate, with less clicks to get you to the information that you need.
  • All the same important information for those affected by Necrotising Fasciitis and the professionals who treat them as our last website.
Necrotising Fasciitis website mobile version

We hope you love the new site as much as we loved making it and it will continue to be useful for anyone in the UK and abroad affected by NF.

We also welcome any feedback that you might have for us or any ideas you might have for new and interesting content in relation to this Necrotising Fasciitis website. If you would like to drop us a message, please do so using the form on our contact page or emailing [email protected].

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