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Preparing for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2019

18th September 2019

With three weeks to go to Baby Loss Awareness Week (9 – 15 October), the Miscarriage Association and our supporters are working alongside around 60 other charities and groups to raise of key issues that affect people who have lost a baby, highlighting the need for tangible improvements in bereavement care, research and prevention. This […]

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Simply Say: The word is spreading

9th August 2017

Just over a week ago, we launched our #SimplySay campaign, which aims to help people find the right words when someone they know experiences pregnancy loss. We have been delighted to see how the message has resonated with so many, with our campaign animation being viewed over 55,000 times on Facebook alone. Hundreds of people […]

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Simply Say: a new campaign

1st August 2017

Today the Miscarriage Association is launching a campaign to help people know what to say – and what not to say – to someone who has been through a miscarriage or an ectopic or molar pregnancy. We’ve called the campaign Simply Say. And yet we know it’s not simple at all in many ways, because […]

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A special day

15th October 2015

Every year, 15 October  marks International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, generally known in the UK as Babyloss Awareness Day. Wherever you are, it offers an opportunity to join with others in marking the brief lives of babies who died in pregnancy, at or shortly after birth or in early infancy. This year was […]

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