We'd like to thank the Chameleon John team for their generous donation. ChameleonJohn is on a mission to help people save money on their online purchases. After having saved money for tens of thousands of consumers, they decided to take their mission one step further....read more
The Great Candy Run comes to Minneapolis October 14th, and Denver November 12, 2017. If the idea of a candy-themed race isn't temptation enough for you, here are ten reasons to join us for the Fetal Health Foundation's flagship benefit event. 10. Kid will love...read more
Lonnie Somers and Mary Beth Martin talk about how the Great Candy Run benefits the Fetal Health Foundation. To join us in fighting for the lives of babies diagnosed with fetal syndromes, donate...read more
Many thanks to Beth Reese Cravey of the Florida Times-Union who wrote a terrific piece on twins Jesse and John Williams' fight to survive Twin-To-Twin Transfusion Syndrome. ___ If you can't make it to a Great Candy Run this year, you can still stand with this...read more
The 2015 Brianna Marie grant was awarded to Dr. Jena Miller at the Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy. She's pictured above with the rest of the JHU research team: Ahmet Baschat, MD, Ethan Nyberg, graduate student, and Warren Grayson, PhD Imagine how difficult it...read more
The Fetal Health Foundation awarded the 2015 Nathanael and Gabriel Stowell Grant to Dr. Ahmed “Rony” Marwan at the University of Colorado to further his work in improving outcomes for babies diagnosed in utero with Spina Bifida. Spina Bifida occurs when an area of the...read more
A search of the literature has not produced any cases of fetal hydrops associated with an inadvertent HSG in the early first trimester.
L.S. originally presented at 42 years of age G-1, P1001, with an over one-year history of secondary infertility. L.S. and P.R. conceived their first child without delay and delivered via Caesarean section nearly 3 years prior. This delivery was complicated by post-partum hemorrhage and retained placental fragments requiring an emergent dilation and curettage (D&C). Her recovery after this intervention was unremarkable. She nursed for 1 year and had return of regular cyclic menses after weaning.read more