Lesley Regan brings her personal and professional experience to the subject and deals sensitively and clearly with the various issues surrounding miscarriage She is extremely well-known in her field, and is tipped to be the Miriam Stoppard of the future This book is top of the Miscarriage Association's recommended reading list. The author will also sell copies through her clinic, which takes on 800 new clients every year Good Housekeeping rated her in the top 25 most influential woman in Britain, and she also appeared in the Evening Standard's listing of London's top 100 women. On first publication by Bloomsbury, Lesley Regan featured in The Times, The Independent, Prima Baby magazine, Top Sante and the Daily Mail She has also appeared on Carlton's 'Capital Women' and in 'Designer Babies' for Channel 5.
Professor Lesley Regan runs the recurrent miscarriage clinic at St Mary's Hospital, London. She is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Imperial College School of Medicine and is a former director of medical studies at Girton College, Cambridge. Her contribution to research into the causes of miscarriage is recognised internationally and she was named in the EVENING STANDARD as one of the most influential women in Britain. She lives with her husband and children in London.