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RCM Midwives The Silent Condition

CMV in Royal College of Midwives Magazine Issue 6 2014

28th November, 2014

Congenital...
CMV_Action_Awareness_Update

June 2014 saw CMV Action running our first awareness month.

The main target audience for 2014 were pregnant women and women planning a pregnancy, while the secondary audience was medical professionals who work with pregnant women.   

It was a busy time for our volunteer trustees leading up to awareness month. ...

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The Sun Health Pages

"Hidden Virus that can hurt unborn babies" - national press coverage.

Tuesday November 4th

The Sun featured a two-page spread (on page 6 & 7 of the Health section) on CMV, a statement from Caroline Star, an interview with Professor Paul Heath and stories from four families - Michelle Dodd,...

CMV virus can infect the foetus and cause hearing loss

  • Caroline Star, 37, from Whitechapel, had cytomegalovirus while pregnant
  • Believes she caught CMV after looking after her friends' infants
  • Now her daughter...

Researchers from Swansea and Cardiff Universities have been awarded a grant of more than £323k to develop a new, non-invasive, low-cost, and easy to use point of care device to diagnose Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV...

Congratulations to our two winners - Charlotte Williams and Calum Tomlinson. The cards are looking great - there is a bit about the charity on the inside and the child's name is on the back.

They are available now from the online shop!

A DEVASTATED mum has spoken of the ‘agony’ of giving birth to her stillborn baby after he was infected with a deadly virus.

Jordan Scott’s son, Alfie, was given just a five per cent chance of survival after doctors found the CMV virus had spread to his brain.

She and partner Jack Laidler made the ‘agonising’ call for medics to...

Wales Online's story on CMV:

When Catrin Phillips unknowingly caught a virus called CMV when she was pregnant, she was told her son may be deaf, blind or brain damaged. She tells Rachel Mainwaring how Twm, who is three next week,is now fighting fit but thinks all would-be mums should be aware of the hidden dangers.

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Mumsnet

Mumsnet Guest campaigns 2014

A note from Mumsnet:

Here at MNHQ, we think it makes sense to use the not-inconsiderable might of the Mumsnet collective for the greater good.

We regularly exchange links and public support with charities and pressure groups in...

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I wanted to share my CMV story, this is my wonderful little boy Alfie. I had a normal pregnancy and labour, I had Alfie at 11.30 at night and the next morning got him ready to take home... Read more
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Hello, my son’s name is Jamie and he is 14 months old.  He was born with congenital CMV. Pregnancy wise, everything was normal, I had 5 scans, all fine... It was only 3 weeks... Read more

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