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CARES Foundation press releases, letters to the editor and news stories from 2010
Karen Lin Su, M.D., Appointed CARES Foundation Medical Director
(UNION, NJ, May 17, 2010) – CARES Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Karen Lin Su, M.D., to the position of Medical Director. “Dr. Su has a deep understanding of the treatment and research associated with congenital adrenal hyperplasia,” said Gregory J. Kraff, President, CARES Foundation. more...
CARES Foundation Statement of Position on Prenatal Dexamethasone
(UNION, NJ, March 18, 2010) – As the only United States-based organization devoted entirely to improving the lives of those affected by the genetic disorder Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH), CARES Foundation is committed to providing the most up-to-date information on this disease. For decades individuals and families affected by CAH had lived in virtual isolation with little to no access to information on the disease much less new developments in the treatment or understanding thereof. more...
CARES Foundation Celebrates Ten Years of
Improving Health…Connecting People…Saving Lives
(UNION, NJ, March 11, 2010) – On Thursday evening, March 18, 2010, CARES Foundation will host its annual Everyone CARES Gala at 230 Fifth in Manhattan. The event will feature a cocktail reception, open bar, dinner, awards ceremony, and a silent auction. Highlights of the silent auction include a 14-day cruise from Venice to Barcelona, 7-day stay in Hawaii, cocktail reception & dinner cruise for four, and two round-trip airline tickets. Funds raised through the event will support CARES Foundation’s mission to improve the lives of families and individuals affected by CAH. more...
Massachusetts EMS Makes Changes to Save Lives
(March 1, 2010) – “If this is a medical emergency, please hang up and dial 9-1-1.” Sounds reasonable enough. If you are in need of immediate, life-saving, medical care, dial 9-1-1 and help will be on the way. But what if you knew that your child or loved one is affected by a life-threatening condition and calling 9-1-1 would do nothing to save their life? Until now, this has been the case for a group of individuals and families affected by adrenal insufficiency across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As of today, however, tens of thousands of Bay Staters affected by adrenal insufficiency can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that new protocols for emergency medical treatments necessary to save their lives are in effect. more...
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