Welcome to International TAPS Day! Today we’re highlighting the incredible, ground breaking research that has been done over the past 15 years into Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence, and discovering more about what the future holds for TAPS research. We’ll be breaking down myths, sharing facts, marking milestones and celebrating the research that has been done into TAPS. Let’s celebrate TAPS research!Continue reading “15 Research Milestones For Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence (TAPS)”
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.Continue reading “Drawing Differently: How Medical Illustrations Can Impact Your Diagnosis.”
I had the privilege of being invited to the promotion and Ph.D. Defense of up-and-coming TAPS researcher, Dr. Lisanne Tollenaar this month. Here’s how the day shaped up.
One of the more interesting parts about the TAPS Support Foundation is that we get to see the other side of not only research, but we get to talk to emerging researchers and also learn the latest news on what has been discovered about TAPS. Even though it was discovered 15 years ago, and we know more than ever about it, there is still so much that we don’t know, and we continue to learn more.Continue reading “Congratulations Dr. Tollenaar: A New Era Of TAPS Research”
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 Anaemia Polycythemia Sequence. It’s time to introduce the TAPS Support Fast Five, and this week we’re introducing Prof. Dr. Enrico Lopriore.
In this series, we talk to the researchers and doctors who have dedicated their lives to researching not only TAPS but other conditions and diseases affecting monochorionic twins.Continue reading “TAPS Support Fast 5: Prof. Dr. Enrico Lopriore”
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 Anaemia Polycythemia Sequence. It’s time to introduce the TAPS Support Fast Five, and this week we’re introducing Dr. Mariano Lanna.Continue reading “TAPS Support Fast Five: Dr Mariano Lanna”