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.
Charlotte: Surviving a Fetal Omphalocele and Finding Silver Linings
When Charlotte first received an omphalocele diagnosis, her parents didn’t know it’s severity. After one of the longest months of their lives, they got some good news. Maternal fetal medicine specialists at the Colorado Fetal Care Center diagnosed Charlotte with an isolated omphalocele, meaning a small part of her intestine was growing outside her abdomen but it wasn’t affecting other organs.
Fetal Surgery for Spina Bifida: Jaxyn’s Story
Fetal surgery for spina bifida is improving outcomes. The fetal surgeons at Cincinnati Children's Fetal Care Center, who have extensive experience and innovative intervention therapies to help treat spina bifida in utero, recently shared this story of hope with the...
World’s first stem cell treatment for spina bifida delivered during fetal surgery
Three babies have been born after receiving the world’s first spina bifida treatment combining surgery with stem cells. This was made possible by a landmark clinical trial at UC Davis Health.
The new treatment, delivered while a fetus is still in the mother’s womb, could improve outcomes for children with this birth defect.