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Smart Cells is proud to be a Founding Donor to Borne

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Our Partner

Smart Cells is proud to be a Founding Donor to Borne, a collaboration between the Chelsea and Westminster Health Charity and the world class maternity team at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. Premature birth is responsible for over 70% of long term disabilities and deaths in newborn babies. Borne is the first initiative aiming to use groundbreaking research into treatments and education to prevent disability and death in childbirth and improve the lifelong health of mothers and babies.

Led by Professor Mark Johnson, Consultant Obstetrician and Chair of Clinical Obstetrics, Imperial College London, Borne’s aim is to translate this research into healthy new life by developing a greater understanding of the causes of premature birth, how to prevent it and developing treatments to protect the unborn child.

Borne is investing in 3 critical areas:

  • Pioneering research to understand how to prevent premature birth, heart disease in pregnancy and treatments to prevent cerebral palsy
  • Supporting and training maternity teams in high, middle and low income countries
  • Developing new innovations that tackle the greatest risks to mothers and newborns and preventing unnecessary complications in childbirth

Borne is close to breakthroughs which will save and improve mothers’ and babies’ lives. Our work may be the difference between life and death for 2,000 babies in the UK every year and will benefit up to 50,000 mothers and newborns across the world.

Our partner – Borne
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