Dr. Stephen BraddockTumor Risk and Surveillance in Trisomy 18. Dr. Braddock discusses Wilms tumor and other conditions that a child with trisomy should be monitored for. From the SOFT 2020 Virtual Conference. About Dr. Stephen Braddock:Dr. Stephen Braddock provides genetic evaluations, diagnoses, and counseling for patients of all ages. This includes services not exclusive to…

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Dr. Nicole Birge & Dr. Meaghann WeaverHeartland Cares: Quality of Life and Family Impact in Caring for Children with Trisomy 13 and 18. From the SOFT 2020 Virtual Conference. About Dr. Nicole Birge:Nicole Birge M.D. is the Medical Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center Omaha.Children’s NICU is unique…

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What should parents and medical professionals know and expect as reasonable health standards for children with Trisomy 13? Dr. John Carey, MD and medical advisor for SOFT discusses current medical standards and expectations for children living with Trisomy 18 or Edwards Syndrome. From the 2013 TrisomyTalk.com series of medical webinars. Dr. John Carey, MD and…

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What should parents and medical professionals know and expect as reasonable health standards for children with Trisomy 18? Dr. John Carey, MD and medical advisor for SOFT discusses current medical standards and expectations for children living with Trisomy 18 or Edwards Syndrome. From the 2013 TrisomyTalk.com series of medical webinars. Dr. John Carey, MD and…

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Presented at the 2012 SOFT Conference, St. Louis  Dr. Carey began by saying questions were welcomed. He also noted most participants were familiar with the basics of trisomy, so he would emphasize new information.  The result was he completed about 10% of his forty prepared slides. The order of information that follows reflects the questions…

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