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Science magazine cover
April 19, 2016

Article in this week's Science Magazine: Researchers are designing the first clinical trials of stem cell treatments for fetuses afflicted with rare bone and blood diseases. The trials, still being planned, involve arguably the trickiest patient population there is: pregnant women and their fetuses. And although researchers once thought that the fetal immune system would readily accept foreign cells, they now know that it is not that simple. But some fetuses have already been treated on an ad hoc basis, with encouraging results.

Picture of Dr. Tippi MacKenzie
April 13, 2016

Our doctors, nurses, and staff come from all walks of life with incredible backgrounds and life experiences. What leads them to the path of their chosen profession? We asked our staff to tell us what makes them passionate about the good work they do day in and day out at our medical centers. These are their stories.

Picture of Dr. Mary Norton
April 05, 2016

Our doctors, nurses, and staff come from all walks of life with incredible backgrounds and life experiences. What leads them to the path of their chosen profession? We asked our staff to tell us what makes them passionate about the good work they do day in and day out at our medical centers. These are their stories.

January 28, 2016

The Fetal Treatment Center (FTC) has just launched a new mobile app, now available for download in the Apple app store and the Google Play for Android devices.

One of the best ways to develop a good relationship with our patients is to have a quality connection with our referring physicians — which is why we have developed the new Fetal Treatment Center mobile app. While the app is freely available to download for anyone including patients, its main focus is referring physicians.

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