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Recent blog post

Mother’s Day: treasuring the moments

20 March 2017
To help Action Medical Research celebrate Mother’s Day mum Louise, whose daughter Jessica has a rare heart condition,...

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New study asks: can different types of milk feed help protect premature babies from life-threatening bowel condition NEC?

21 March 2017
Researchers at the University of Oxford and the University of Southampton have the go ahead to begin a study to find out which milk feeds...

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Researchers @unisouthampton & @UniofOxford with @actionmedres to study which milk protects prem babies from #NEC
becky attwood - 27 March 2017 14:52pm
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Amazing night last night for @LucyKerr97 charity ball for action medical research! Lots of money…
Alice Reid - 27 March 2017 12:48pm
Candis Magazine
Louise George (@liquoriceuk) explains how @actionmedres helped her daughter who has hypoplastic left heart syndrome…
Candis Magazine - 27 March 2017 11:40am
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