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9-year-old Prospect boy shares difficult journey with Apert Synd


WDRB - Jun 5, 2017
Aiden Skees was born with Apert Syndrome, a genetic defect affecting about 50 children born in the U.S. each year. The bones in the skull, face and hands are fused together, preventing normal growth and affecting the shape of the head and face.
 

Vidalia family helps raise awareness of rare condition


The Franklin Sun - Jun 1, 2017
ELLIS MALONE, daughter of Matt and Heather Malone of Vidalia, asks Gov. John Bel Edwards, left, where the ice cream is during a visit to the Governor's Mansion with her parents to discuss Apert Syndrome. Pictured on the right is Jody Hammett, ...
 

Parents of Indonesian girl born with Apert syndrome seek medical help in Singapore


The Straits Times - May 31, 2017
SINGAPORE - The parents of a 10-month-old Indonesian girl born with Apert syndrome is seeking medical help in Singapore. Little Rizky Ramadhani, who was born in a hospital in Melaka, suffers from the rare genetic disorder that causes the premature ...
 

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Michael's Apert Syndrome Story


Shortly after Michael's birth, doctors diagnosed him with Apert syndrome, an extremely rare condition that affects about 15 of every 1 million U.S. babies.
 

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Katie is diagnosed with Apert syndrome and wants you to know that she doesn't bite.
 

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5-1-2012 Living with Apert Syndrome


VIDOR - by Lindsey Kovacevich - It's called Apert Syndrome. The birth defect is so rare that out of every one million babies born every year no more than about ...
 

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Professor David Dunaway, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon at LCU discusses Apert Syndrome.