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Research efforts this past decade have produced exciting breakthroughs that may bring us closer to finding the cause of preeclampsia, help us improve diagnosis and prediction, and may lead to prevention and new treatments. But research needs far more support and funding if we hope to find the true cause of preeclampsia, as well as a way to prevent or cure it.
Part of The Preeclampsia Foundation's mission is to catalyze and accelerate research. Through small research funding of Vision Grants, participating in trials, collaborating with investigators, and building the world's only patient Registry, we hope to help research progress on hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
On September 9, 2013, we launched The Preeclampsia Registry™, a patient and family database designed to aid and accelerate preeclampsia research. Our goal is to develop a comprehensive picture of preeclampsia and discover preventions and treatments for hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and their long-term effects.
This registry is a place to share your health and pregnancy history and even pose your own research questions. You can help create a significant resource for researchers to gather data and start new studies.
Whether you've suffered from preeclampsia, eclampsia, or HELLP syndrome, or are a family member of somebody who did, we invite you to enroll and participate in The Preeclampsia Registry.