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Founded in February 2016, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Baby Loss brings together MPs and Peers from across parties to work on this vital issue. The APPG’s overall aims are to develop policy that supports families dealing with the grief and loss of a baby, and to raise awareness of what more can be done by the government, Parliament or...
Monday 09 September
We are taking part in a presentation “Virus Associations with Deafness” at the Institute of Biomedical Science Biennal Conference in Birmingham. We will be focusing on the experiences of those affected and how they are supported.   https://www.ibms.org/resources/news/get-ready-for-ibms-congress-2019/
Tuesday 24 September
PBB Events welcomes you to join us for a day of varied learning around the subjects of Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond. If you work with women and their families during pregnancy, labour, birth and in the first few years then you are very welcome to join us on our professional study days. From blood to babies will include the topics of:...
Saturday 28 September
Date TBC We are in discussions with Laura Grant, Chair of “Our New Ears”, which is a parent-led committee partnering with DeafHear, regarding this conference.   More details to follow.  
Wednesday 02 October
The Sepsis and Maternity Care Day at South Bank University Southwark Campus is open to all students involved in care of the woman and baby’s care during and after pregnancy.   Around 100 attendees are expected.   CMV Action will be presenting at 3.30pm.
Saturday 12 October
https://findarace.com/10k-runs/london London folk wanting to get fit.......  why not find a race near you.  Sign up with them and then get in touch with us at fundraising.org.uk and fill out our 'Register your Event' form. http://cmvaction.org.uk/get-involved/fundraising-cmv-action/register-your-event We will help you set up...
Tuesday 31 December

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February 2011 This is my story of the effects of CMV and little boy Elliot.  I was 16 and pregnant, everything seemed to be going well, apart from being young and scared... Read more
January 2009 Noah was born on 30th January 2009 after a fairly unremarkable pregnancy and a fairly normal delivery (even with the cord round his neck!) He failed his newborn hearing... Read more

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