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The Week, the UK's biggest subscription weekly features CMV Action as "The Charity of the Week".

Read more online here or pick yourself up the magazine.  It's the UK's biggest subscripton magazine!

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Most mum's wouldn't think twice about sharing cutlery or food with their young children, but a Northampton mother is trying to raise awareness of a virus that can be passed on doing just that. CMV or the Cytomegalovirus is common in young children and causes no harm to them - but it can be dangerous to pregnant women and can affect their unborn...

We are looking for a volunteer who is also a member of a CCAB body to undertake an independent examination of the accounting records and provide and independent examiners certificate for our 2014 annual report which is ready for audit. 

Ideally the individual would be based in either Luton or London in order that the Treasurer can...

Only 14% of women aged 18 – 44 know about the deadly CMV virus, that is more common than Down’s Syndrome, Toxoplasmosis, Spina Bifida or Rubella, according to a survey" title="">[1] of over 1,...

Campaigners warn of virus that causes birth defects

A charity has launched a new campaign to raise awareness among pregnant women of a virus that can cause disabilities in children.

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Following on from the Sky News coverage, The Independent online ran a fantastic news story on our campaign.

"A charity has launched a new campaign to alert mothers-to be of the potential dangers of a virus that can cause miscarriages and disabilities."

You can read the full story online at:  ...

Mums-To-Be 'In The Dark About Silent Killer'

Pregnant women are being warned of the dangers of a virus which causes more birth defects and child deaths than Down's syndrome.

Excellent news coverage on Sky News on Sunday 22nd June, 2014.

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Kimberley Walsh discusses CMV Action and our campaign in her OK magazine column.

It's in the shops now so grab yourself a copy!  This kind of awareness in a national magazine is incredibly important in reaching our education goals....

CMV Action has received coverage in the Bounty Health Journal.

The Bounty Health Journal communicates with maternity and infant health professionals in hospitals, children’s centres, health clinics, sure start centres, nurseries, community centres and baby well-being clinics. The magazine covers over 37,500 health professionals per...

A “SILENT” virus is putting thousands of babies at risk of birth defects and childhood deaths.

CMV Action received national press coverage with an article - titled "'Silent' baby-killing virus can be stopped by washing your hands" in the Sunday Express on Sunday 15th June.

We are very pleaseed about recieivng national press...

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