Great to see the New York Times featuring an article on CMV
Charities unite for Baby Loss Awareness Week 9-15 October 2016
Baby Loss Awareness Week (#babyloss), takes place annually from 9 to 15 October.
Over a quarter (28%) of Brits value the wisdom that loved ones have passed on more than money, keepsakes or property, research released by Remember A Charity Week reveals.
The research will help launch this year's annual awareness week 12th - 18th September that encourages people to consider leaving a charitable gift in their Will.
The Prime Minister David Cameron announced Caroline Star, Chair of CMV Action, as one of his final Points of Light winners. Caroline Star is calling on health professionals and educators to follow his example and talk about the CMV virus that left her daughter profoundly deaf.
CMV, or cytomegalovirus, is a common virus that can...
An article in Nature magazine highights that CMV is a much greater globabl problem than zika: "as the eyes of the media and health officials focus on the spread of Zika in the Americas and beyond, many researchers and advocates hope that funders and health agencies will at last pay more attention to a much greater global problem — the...
A short film that raises awareness of CMV and our charity - many thanks to Anne Mullins and her team!
Check it out on youtube.