UK's first miscarriage research centre

The UK’s first miscarriage research centre is being set up by Tommy’s to research why miscarriages happen


Antenatal charity Tommy’s hopes to understand more about why miscarriages happen and what can be done to prevent them by coordinating tests and treatments for parents-to-be.

The Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research, a partnership of specialists from three universities, will run a network of specialist clinics so around 24,000 women a year will be able to access treatment and support, and participate in research studies at specialist miscarriage clinics run by:

Miscarriage is the biggest cause of pregnancy loss in the UK – around 250,000 couples are affected every year, but it’s also the least understood. The network will study the causes of miscarriage, if it’s likely to happen again, how it can be prevented and how to provide appropriate care to women who have gone through miscarriage.

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