Research published by the British Medical Journal suggests that guidelines on how miscarriages are diagnosed should be improved. The research team includes The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust’s trustee and medical adviser, Professor Tom Bourne. Currently, miscarriage may be diagnosed from a single ultrasound scan which focuses on measurements of either an empty gestational sac (a sac […]
Sarah happily shows off her medal at the end of the Richmond 10k run in September.
Philip has experienced ectopic pregnancy from a partner’s point of view and we work hard to support both partners during such a difficult time. Philip is an actor who has starred in a number of theatre productions including Shakespeare’s Macbeth and other touring shows and aims to increase awareness and the impacts of ectopic pregnancy among partners and families.
Colin and Emma get down and dirty to raise funds and awareness for the Ectopic Pregnancy Trust by taking part in the Tough Mudder 18k Challenge, Scotland.
The recent article in the Daily Mail about the tragic loss of Sabrina, 28 from a ruptured ectopic goes to further highlight the need to continue to educate the medical profession and the wider public and continue to raise awareness.
Anne-marie has fun running and have powder paint thrown over her in the process during her colour blast 5k dash.
Ectopic strategy day
Gill and Thomas climbed Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles, 1,344 m high, to celebrate their 1st wedding anniversary and wanted to mark the occasion by doing something they would always remember.
Nicola provides a tasty spread with the help of some baking donations and puts on a great coffee morning at her work place.
Ian and Tina Baxter share a very touching account of their 20k “Across the Divide” walk.