A year has passed since we said goodbye, and so much has happened. I wanted to write to you today to tell you more about your story, and why we are passionate about Autumn’s Legacy
You are loved and will always be loved.
We miss you every day, and your sisters are sweet and spirited little girls. When I look at Leighton, I know I also see you with her.
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Welcome to the TAPS Support Fast 5, our series dedicated to introducing you to the researchers and doctors behind Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence across the world. In this installment, we’d love to introduce you to Dr. Bettina Paek, from Seattle Children’s Hospital in Washington State.
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Welcome to the TAPS Support Fast 5, our series dedicated to introducing you to the researchers and doctors behind Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence worldwide. In this installment, we’re introducing Dr. Martin Walker, the other half of the dynamic duo based at Seattle Children’s Hospital with Dr. Bettina Paek
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A diagnosis isn’t always an easy thing to get, especially when it’s a difficult one. You can be bombarded with information, and sometimes this can be difficult to process, especially when you can’t visualize what the problem is. That’s where illustrations become essential to telling a story. The adage of “A picture paints a thousand words” becomes even more vital in helping patients understand their diagnosis and the procedure around them.
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Welcome to a new series of blog posts by TAPS Support. Our team is passionately following research, but we felt it was time to dive deeper into the stories of the people behind Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence. It’s time to introduce the TAPS Support Fast Five, and this week we’re introducing Dr. Jeanine van Klink.
In this series, we talk to the researchers and doctors who have dedicated their lives to researching TAPS and other diseases affecting monochorionic twins.
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