Current Projects

miscarriage-problemsRecurrent Miscarriage

Recurrent miscarriage is a prevalent disorder that affects 1-2% of couples.
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Polycystic-Ovary-SyndromePolycystic Ovary Syndrome

PCOS affects more than 5% of women of reproductive age.
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Ask Robert for Advice

This is your opportunity to ask leading fertility expert, Professor Robert Winston those burning questions that keep you awake at night regarding fertility, IVF and general advice about getting pregnant.

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Cycle Burma 5-15 November 2016

This challenge will take you to enigmatic Burma- a land of rich history and breathtaking scenery. Discover a land of ancient temples, golden pagodas and...

 5th November 2016

Why We Need Your Help

Understanding Prematurity

Genesis Research Trust overview

Understanding Miscarriage

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Tony Woods

Our Director, Tony Woods is running WestRun 10k. He's incredibly unfit and needs this challenge to get him off his backside! He has promised to run the whole course and not jump in a cab as is his want. Please sponsor him by donating on this page! Many thanks

Fern Britton’s #Challenge58 Highland Tour

Help us fight premature birth #Challenge58 I never imagined that cycling through Scotland could be so magical, mysterious and so very exciting. I did this with a whole group of wonderful people last year and we returned home with memories to treasure and friendships for life, not to mention that we raised over £150,000. I've now decided I want to go back and explore this dramatic countryside and cycle round the 4th best island in the world  – that’s how National Geographic magazine describes the Isle of Skye. Here I am again asking you to support me on this wonderful adventure, I’m 58 years old and I want to raise £58,000 to fund research to prevent premature birth. If you can't join me, please donate to help prevent this condition and give all babies the start they deserve and the right to a healthy life. Lots of love   Learn more about #Challenge58 HERE