In June 2024, Professor Veronica Kinsler and her research team at the Francis Crick Institute and Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health have published an article in the Investigate Dermatology Medical Journal detailing a huge breakthrough in their CMN research work.   You can read more about the research breakthrough here.

Sky News Interview

On Monday 17th June, just as the news broke, Sky News invited Prof. Veronica Kinsler and Hannah Cree to be interviewed live at 2.45pm.  Prof. Kinsler and Hannah did an amazing job in explaining the research breakthrough and the impact this potential treatment would have on families affected by CMN.

BBC Breakfast Interview

On Tuesday 18th June, Jodi Whitehouse, alongside beautiful Ada and mum Rachelle were interviewed live on BBC Breakfast.  Rachelle explained the impact living with CMN has on her daughter Ada and what it would mean to have a CMN treatment available.  Jodi explained more about the research findings and how the work as only been possible with the support of Caring Matters Now.

Apple News

To top it off, we made it into the top 5 news items on Apple News – a big win!

More media coverage

We also received further exposure following the BBC Breakfast interview on BBC Morning Live and, we are currently speaking to further media outlets with more potential coverage coming in the following weeks.