When a fetal syndrome diagnosis feels like the end, we have hope for new beginnings.
When a fetal health syndrome diagnosis feels like the end, we have hope for new beginnings.
Advancing Fetal Care
The Fetal Health Foundation now includes the Fetal Therapy Think Tank, bringing the expertise of 100’s of fetal therapy and medical industry experts to create a bright future for more young families through fetal medicine.
As a parent-founded non-profit, we are grateful for the support of our Stewardship Circle member institutions.
Your contribution gives hope to families with fetal syndromes.
Performing surgery on triplets is more complex than on twins. In Tiffini’s case, there were two placentas: Hannah had one placenta all to herself, while Sophia and Isabella were sharing the other placenta, albeit unequally. Sophia and Isabella were affected by TTTS when the volume of blood flow across the connecting blood vessels between them became uneven, with Isabella getting too much and Sophia getting too little.
When faced with a severe form of spina bifida, Iliana underwent cutting-edge in-utero surgery at Stanford Medicine Children’s Health. Today she is thriving thanks to her mother’s courageous decision.
“I had the chance to give my baby a better opportunity in life, and I took it.”
Alyssa was five months along and an ultrasound revealed that their baby, Nya, had a heart condition, ductus arteriosus.
Alyssa was told that her daughter might need surgery immediately after being born.