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Gastroschisis Research

Thanks to hundreds of world wide families, AAGF was able to provide funding for gastroschisis research. This is a huge day for us! ANYONE who has been part of this effort has made this possible! To whom it may concern- On behalf of Avery's Angels(R) Gastroschisis...

Scholarship Recipient

We are proud to announce the first recipient of the Roman Jax Nguyen Memorial Scholarship. Entrusted with the memory of Roman, the scholarship committee has waited for the right applicant to come along. Avery's Angels Gastroschisis Foundation is proud to announce...

The Scope Radio II

Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones talks with gastroschisis researcher Dr. Marcia Feldkamp about the birth defect. Gastroschisis: A Bizarre-Sounding, Frightening and Increasingly Common Birth Defect What if your baby was born with some of its internal organs outside the body?...

World Birth Defects Day

Stories of CDC's work around the world.  "Ashley's Story," as told by her mother, Kayte Thomas. Ashley’s Story: How One Little Girl Survived Some Serious Birth Defects During her first trimester of pregnancy, Kayte Thomas went in for a routine ultrasound. Her...

The Scope Radio

A radio interview with Kayte Thomas on the University of Utah Health Sciences Radio, The Scope. Birth Defects Aren’t as Rare as You Think: 1 in 33 Babies is Born with One Kayte Thomas’s daughter was born with some of her organs sticking out. Her daughter had...

NCBDDD Annual Report

AAGF and Kayte Thomas are featured in the "Spotlight" of NCBDDD's 2014 Annual Report Saving Babies Through Birth Defects Research and Prevention Annual Report 2014 CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD) made notable progress in...