Find out what drives Carolyn Corliss to continue her support for Action Medical Research.
Meet the newest Trustee for Action Medical Research.
Horsham residents Matt Simpson and Sue Price will join a team of 55 runners taking part in the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon for Action.
Pete Wiseman gets ready to run the London Marathon dressed as Action's mascot Paddington Bear™.
Ivor Novello award-winning composer Denis King will be performing in Belstead for Action Medical Research on 2 April.
Women who develop diabetes in pregnancy but are not diagnosed are much more likely to experience stillbirth than women without the condition, according to new research.
Amy Williams MBE, the British former skeleton racer and Olympic gold medallist has joined our BORN TOO SOON campaign as an Action ambassador!
Nationwide scrap vehicle company, Scrap Car Comparison, is raising funds to support Action Medical Research throughout March.
Melissa Taylor is getting ready for an exhausting fitness fundraising challenge for children’s charity Action Medical Research.
He might be wearing his camouflage combats, but people will still be able to see ‘The Sewing Soldier’ at our ‘Aberdeen Ladies Lunch’.
Brave bathers immerse themselves in the Irish Sea for the 32nd annual ‘Boxing Day Swim’ for Action.
The 24th annual ‘Celebration of Motorpsort’ was held near Belfast on Saturday 2 December for Action Medical Research.
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