The Jérôme Lejeune exhibition will be moving into the European Parliament- News
The “Jérôme Lejeune, a discovery for Life” exhibition will be moving into the European Parliament from March 10th to 12th.
The “Jérôme Lejeune, a discovery for Life” exhibition will be moving into the European Parliament from March 10th to 12th. Set up in the very heart of the building, it will be presented in English and French for the occasion, its unique layout especially conceived to attract the attention of the parliamentarians and make them discover the work of Professor Jérôme Lejeune, discoverer of Down Syndrome. The challenge, here, is to raise the European parliamentarians’ awareness concerning medical research on genetic intelligence diseases a few days before March 21st, World Day for Down Syndrome.
The youth from the association « World Youth Alliance”, partner of the Foundation for the event, will serve as guides during these two days.
The exhibition will then carry on its tour around France with a stop in Paris, in the VI arrondissement, from May 13th to 23rd. It will also stop in Albi between June 29th and July 27th, and finally in the île Bouchard from July 30th until mid-September.
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