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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.

Register for an Upcoming Event

Cycle Cuba 6-14 October 2017

Our Women for Women cycle challenge through Cuba is an incredible way for you to join our fight against devastating conditions that prevent life from...

 6th October 2017

Trek Burma 12-21 November 2016

Exploring Burma (Myanmar) is like discovering South East Asia as it was 20 years ago. The diversity of its people, culture, and landscape combined with...

 11th November 2016

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Understanding Prematurity

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Understanding Miscarriage

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Caroline Lay – back in the saddle for Genesis!

  Thanks for taking the time to visit my fund raising page. In November I will be undertaking my 4th cycle challenge for Genesis, this time  across Burma. Now anyone who knows me will understand that I am not as fit as I should be and therefore this year's ride really will be a challenge!! It entails 450km of cycling where the terrain and the distances will be a real test....not to mention the dodgy padded cycling shorts I will have to wear!! The funds I raise through sponsorship will help to research, prevent, diagnose and treat a range of devastating conditions which can cause miscarriage, stillbirth, genetic diseases, infertillity and cancer. I am most appreciative of anything that you feel able to donate, I pay all my own travel costs so all the money I raise goes directly to Genesis, so please donate now - it really is a fantastic cause. THANK YOU. Caroline x

Jazz & Mel’s 10k Run!!!!!

10k run for charity We will doing a 10k run in July 2016 to raise money for Genesis Research Trust and the amazing research they do. Please support us and donate anything you can and watch our progress as we train from complete "couch potatoes" to 10k running machines 😱💪🏼 Jazz discovered she had PCOS when she was 20 and then had a 4 year battle and diagnosis test after test before she was able to get pregnant through fertility help. At 7 weeks, after seeing the heartbeat, she then suffered a misscarriage and felt the unbelievable grief and depression that comes with such a sad loss and with the feeling that PCOS can give you when you're so passionate about becoming a mother. Its now been 8 years since her first diagnosis and she has 2 beautiful children (through fertility help again) and along with Mel, she wants to help other people who have gone through similar to her and those in the future to get results and answers quicker and find more ways to help keep mum and baby safe.

Liz Carrigan

Genesis Research Trust is such a worthwhile charity and a charity very close to my family's heart.  We have been involved with Genesis since 2008 and I have pedalled and trekked arduous distances in many amazing countries to raise money for this amazing charity.  Women and baby's health the world round has been improved by the research done at Imperial College. The scientists need the funds and charity is the only option. Thank you so much for your donation. Every penny will make a difference. Lx🙏🏼 In memory of Conor and Ella  💙💜