Celebrating a loved one’s pregnancy is more than just about attending a baby shower or sending a thoughtful gift. Supporting pregnant women in birth and motherhood is so important – especially during the pandemic — but it can be challenging, too.
We are incredibly proud that some of our very own Borne-funded scientists are playing a key role in this advancement of knowledge – particularly in relation to the relationships between COVID-19 and pregnancy. Here, we share with you some reassuring and informative resources from Borne-funded reproductive immunologist, Dr. Viki Male.
Nicola shares the harrowing journey of giving birth prematurely to daughter Edie at only 23 weeks and one day, and what she has learned from it.
After losing their twin daughters in premature birth, Nishul and Chandrika decided to take part in a Borne feasibility trial testing a new treatment to prolong labour.
Ahead of Father’s Day, we spoke to David Madoc-Jones about the birth of his daughter Edie at 23 weeks and how he coped with the experience.
Everything had been going well. My wife Nicola had had a 20-week scan, and everything looked healthy. And then one night, I got an email at work.
To commemorate Mother’s Day, a mother writes about her daughter’s unexpected preterm arrival and the roller coaster journey they have been on.
I have five fabulous children. That’s the happiness. All five were born prematurely, which sounds crazy, I know. But the thing is, we never knew why.
Australian rugby captain Dean Mumm and his wife Sarah are parents to three children, but only get to raise one. They tell their poignant story of the premature birth of their children.