- First baby tested for breast cancer form BRCA1 before conception born in UK
- Research offers hope for early detection of ovarian cancer
- New cancer gene testing trial for Ashkenazi Jewish population
- ‘New’ embryo screening test ‘at least two years away’
- 'Safer' test developed for Down's – Dr Chitty comments
- Non-invasive prenatal testing for Down’s syndrome – are we getting closer? - Dr Lyn Chitty comments
- First ovarian cancer UK consensus statement published
- Should boys have cervical cancer jab?
- Badly trained doctors linked to baby deaths
- Does obesity pass through the generations?
- UK women have outdated view of contraception
- New fathers on the ward?
- A third of all parents could refuse HPV vaccine
- Does chemotherapy cause brain damage?
- Debate on value of signs and symptoms in identifying ovarian cancer
- Top researchers and doctors gather to tackle women’s health issues
- Drinking in pregnancy - just give up
- HPV vaccination will save lives - and won’t increase promiscuity amongst teenagers
- The pill and ovarian cancer
- Study shows increase in survival rates of extremely premature infants at London hospital
- Coffee drinking offers 'very minor change in absolute risk of ovarian cancer'
- Million women study and ovarian cancer risk
- 2nd Stop Cervical Cancer in Africa conference
- Simple test 'can spot premature birth false alarms'
- First International Symposium on Neonatal Neurology and Therapeutic Hypothermia
- Understanding How and Why Amniotic Membranes Rupture Early
- The Lancet Conference on Women's Health in Asia - December 3 - 5, 2010
- First European Congress about Preconception Care and Health
- Collaboration in gynaecological oncology between UCL and AIIMS (India)
- National Institute of Health Research (NIHR)
- Will we ever correct diseases before birth?
- Early Pregnancy Anomaly Scan:How to detect fetal abnormalities at 11-13 weeks of pregnancy - Saturday 9th February 2013
- Institute for Women’s Health Global Health Away Day
- Institute for Women's Health 8th Annual Meeting - 21st May 2013
- Severely premature babies: More survive being born early - EPICure Studies
- €6 million for research in to fetal growth restriction
- Provost's Awards for Public Engagement 2013
- The Lancet: MRI autopsies could offer alternative to conventional techniques
Director of the Institute for Women’s Health at UCL and Co-Director of
the Department of Health Policy Research Unit in Maternal Health and
Care, University of Oxford. I spent 100% of my time on academic
Will we ever correct diseases before birth?
27 April 2012
Simon Waddington and Anna David from the Institute talk about their work on prenatal genetic therapies with Ed Yong, who runs the blog Not Exactly Rocket Science
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