Why are babies still dying in the UK?

Ground-breaking debate to take place in Parliament into a condition that kills many hundreds of babies a year
Pre-eclampsia is a complication of pregnancy which still has no cure. The condition is one of the most common causes of pre-term birth – and, despite good antenatal care in the UK, it claims many hundreds of babies' lives a year.
Now, with World Pre-Eclampsia Day looming on May 22, a Parliamentary debate, called by Patricia Gibson MP, is set for May 9, to examine urgently what more can be done.
APEC (Action on Pre-eclampsia) calls on the government to prioritise research into stillbirths from pre-eclampsia, and to increase the resources available to support parents through this trauma.

What can APEC supporters do to help? 
Please email your MP today, using the link below to urge them to attend this vital debate
Ask your MP attend the debate on Thursday
View Parliamentary Brief for debate
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