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I want the silence broken – Antonia’s Story

Written by: Antonia Mitchell Glynn With stillbirth there is silence.  So, much silence.  Where there should be screams of a baby crying, there is silence.  Where there should be squeals of congratulations, there is nothing.  There is the silence of the Obstetrician desperately scanning a baby, trying to see a hint of movement in a small, lifeless body. There is

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#GenesisGirls on their way to Cuba

Good luck to all the fantastic Genesis Girls heading to Cuba  today  to help us fund research into prematurity, stillbirth, PCOS and other conditions affecting women’s health. Without your help ladies woudl would nto be able to fund research like Dr. MacIntyre’s research into cervical microbiome

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The Grand Opening of National Centre for Miscarriage Research

Yesterday, we attended the launch of Tommy’s National Centre for Miscarriage Research. We met some amazing mothers and babies who have been helped by the research undertaken by Genesis Research Trust and Tommy’s incredible scientists. We’re so proud to be involved in a project that will enable women and their families to explore the reasons behind miscarriage, if it is

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#stopgrief #endstillbirths

The Lancet have recently launched their series on stillbirths. Stillbirth is one of the areas which Genesis Research Trust’s researchers look into. A few words of  explanation; a stillbirth is a baby born dead after 24 weeks of pregnancy.There are approximately 3600 stillbirths every year in the UK which there are 11 every day. There are several causes ranging from placental

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