Print this Page


The STARS Study

The STARS Study enrollment has now ended.  Study results are now being analyzed by our research team and will be published soon.  Sign up to receive our newsletter and/or our blog so you will know when study results are published



Although the STARS Study has ended, we do invite you to share your stories with us.  Everything we can learn about stillbirth will only help us in our research, education & prevention efforts.   Please use the form below to share your stories with us (even if you previously participated in the STARS Study). We plan to add your stories to our website to honor your babies.

Please click here to share your baby’s story…….





Study of Trends and Associated Risks for Stillbirth

IRB# HUM63655

The Star Legacy Foundation is conducting a survey of mothers (with and without a history of late stillbirth) to identify trends and associated risks for stillbirth. 

If you are a stillbirth mother, we are so very sorry for your loss, but very grateful that you wish to help. While we acknowledge the pain of stillbirth at  any gestation, this study will focus on late stillbirth of 28 weeks or more gestation. If you are a mother of a child born alive, we congratulate you on the addition to your family and are very grateful to you for taking the time to provide very valuable information to help us understand stillbirth. 
For the results of this current study to be relevant, we need a large number of women to participate who are:
  1. mothers of babies stillborn at or after 28 weeks,
  2. mothers of newborn babies 3 weeks old or younger,
  3. mothers currently at least 28 weeks pregnant.
We encourage you to please pass this information along to other mothers that might be willing to participate. 
The survey takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.


If you would like to receive results of this study or be contacted about future stillbirth studies, please click here.

Permanent link to this article:

2 pings

  1. Stillbirth Study - BabyandBump

    […] women 28 weeks+ or with newborns that have no history of stillbirth. You can find the study here. Maybe it can help save some babies in the […]

  2. Rainbows after the storm (late loss/stillbirth/neonatal loss/sids) - Page 72 - BabyandBump

    […] Here is a study they are doing on stillbirth (via surveys of stillbirth and live birth moms). Thought some of you may be interested in helping out. […]

Comments have been disabled.

%d bloggers like this: