Elizabeth Begbie didn’t know the sex of her baby when her little one’s heart stopped beating at 20 weeks. Plans for a new memorial will finally give her a place to go and remember.
'When a miscarriage has happened, I have been able to look after the couples during the most difficult times'
PhD student Dr Maya Al-Memar is working to predict when a miscarriage occurs by working with and caring for couples from the earliest stages of pregnancy through to delivery or loss.
The Tommy’s Awards have been around for as long as the charity itself, and this year we are celebrating our 25th anniversary! We hope you will join us in celebrating all those wonderful people who go above and beyond to help people in need.
The Powsney's were in the care of Professor Alex Heazell at the Tommy's Rainbow Clinic after their baby Joshua was stillborn in 2014.
After a stressful pregnancy journey, Kayla Richardson finally got the best reward. One of her midwives placed all three of her premature triplets in her lap for their first family cuddle.
Tommy's funded PhD student Karen Grewal from Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research in London tells us why she chose miscarriage research and where she is hoping it will lead.
Artist Adinda van ‘t Klooster is planning to make a series of new artworks on the theme of stillbirth to raise awareness and help lift the taboo around baby loss.
Scott writes about his experience of journeying through the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) as a father.
James Farina and his partner Lucy have created badges to make people think twice about reaching into pushchairs after they were warned to protect their premature baby from common germs.
Tommy’s supporter Richard Pitchford’s daughter was born 11 weeks too soon and spent her first three months in hospital. But she was born with a determined soul and did not give in.