Reducing the risks - or the chances?
IVF clinics have been told that no more than 10% of births should be twins or triplets by regulators.
New rules designed to safeguard the health of mothers and babies are set to come into force in October. Read here for more details.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-16962468
This year we launch our TwinsUK Multiples Mum of the Year Award - we know you are ALL doing a marvellous job in raising your twins, triplets and more and we want to celebrate this achievemen
Did you know that TwinsUK has a directory of multiple birth antenatal classes throughout the UK allowing you to quickly find the right course for you. You can obtain course outlines and register your
The Department of Twin Research, which, over the last 21 years has created the UK’s largest adult twin research registry comprising 12,000 twins (TwinsUK). Our research focuses on identifying &n
In the news...from January 2014, the HFEA has withdrawn the requirement for clinics to have no more than 10% multiple births. Since the policy was introduced in 2009, multiple birth rates have r
Tamba is thrilled to be taking its first step into the world of life-saving medical research to benefit multiple birth families and we thought you would like to hear more about it...this is what Tamba