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Choose from three great routes, including a 24hr challenge! Action London to Paris bike ride. 22-26 July 2015
Treating sick and vulnerable babies

Treating sick and vulnerable babies

Action Medical Research is dedicated to funding research to help reduce the high rate of premature birth and improve treatment for sick babies.

Helping children affected by disability and infections

Helping children affected by disability and infections

Many thousands of families across the UK are coping with the relentless daily challenge of supporting a child affected by a disabling condition.

Targeting rare diseases in children

Targeting rare diseases in children

Thousands of families across the UK are caring for a child with a rare and devastating disease for which there is no cure.

Our successes

Our successes

Action Medical Research has played a pivotal part in some key medical breakthroughs over the past 60 years.

What our supporters are tweeting

Julian Hagger
@ThisisDavina @amr_events how about this @jenny_hagger with the legend herself? #champion
Julian Hagger - 3 March 2015 14:13pm
Davina McCall
Come on girls!! Join me on my Big Sussex Bike Ride on June 7 for @amr_events... 3 routes so anyone can join in
Davina McCall - 3 March 2015 13:58pm
Val Hogg
Our mascot @paddingtonbear is visiting students @UniOfYork 2morrow @yorkunisu @YUSU_RAG @yusuactivities @actionmedres
Val Hogg - 3 March 2015 12:03pm
Tom has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy See what @actionmedres is doing to help boys like Tom.
Tracey@actionmed - 3 March 2015 10:53am
Lucy Hynes
@ant_events @cyclesuk great to see BT supporting the Suffolk Sunrise 100
Lucy Hynes - 2 March 2015 15:25pm
Mamil Cycling
@amr_events @cyclingplus @ABCFRY @PipofftheTV Welcome to the club Martin! 😀
Mamil Cycling - 2 March 2015 13:33pm
Kevin Dunn
@amr_events @actionmedres over £400 raised at Tesco Cirencester. Also donated a £50 finest hamper for raffle prize
Kevin Dunn - 1 March 2015 21:26pm
niall pritchard
Raised £288 last night for @amr_events, thanks to everyone for coming. First ride today, only fell over twice!! #clippingin
niall pritchard - 1 March 2015 12:16pm
Kevin Dunn
@amr_events @actionmedres BS10 Cycling Club have raised collectively & will be banking approx. £2,800 this weekend to help save babies lives
Kevin Dunn - 28 February 2015 21:32pm
Manchester RAG
Manchester RAG - 28 February 2015 18:05pm

Cycling to save the world!

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Cycling to save the world! Graham McQueen, Stirling Cycle Hub co-ordinator, opens eyes, hearts and minds to cycling, the environment...

Katie's Story

Born with severe liver disease, Katie took part in a study which explored new ways to help babies survive this illness by changing their diet. It saved her life.

Read Katie's Story

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