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Family stories mean so much

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We’d like to say a huge thank you to all the families who’ve kindly shared their stories with Action this year - and everyone who's joined our BORN TOO SOON online community. Together, we can support each other, encourage more funding for vital research and make a real difference to babies' and children's lives in the future. But words can only say so much so, this Christmas, we're going to let these beautiful pictures do the talking...


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Do you have a story to share?

We welcome family stories on our Born Too Soon story gallery and on Facebook. This can really help to build a supportive online community and raise awareness of the need for vital medical research into pregnancy complications, preterm birth and the challenges that very tiny, vulnerable babies may face. Do take a look here and join the fight against premature birth. Thank you!

Read about Edward, Ella, Georgia and many other children

 

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Have you seen the family stories on our website? As a charity we are inspired by each and every one - from Edward, affected by severe dystonia, who's responded so very well to brain surgery, to baby Ella who thankfully survived the severe chest infection bronchiolitis, and three-year-old Georgia who's living with debilitating Crohn's disease.

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