Vous êtes nées entre 1950 et 1977 d’une mère qui n’a pas pris de Distilbène?
Votre parcours médical sera très utile pour établir si les descendantes des femmes traitées pendant leur grossesse par cette hormone de synthèse ont un risque accru de déclencher un cancer du sein. Des volontaires sont encore nécessaires. Le questionnaire est en ligne jusqu’au 9 septembre.
Mistaken beliefs about “test-tube” and “designer” babies
Despite 5 million births due to IVF and other assisted reproductive technologies worldwide since the first “test-tube baby,” Louise Brown, was born in July 1978, there remain some “myths” and common misperceptions about “test-tube” and “designer” babies:
The chemicals Bisphenol-A (BPA) and DiEthyHexylPhthalate (DEHP, a phthalate) are linked to obesity and insulin resistance in adolescents in two new studies, but the findings cannot yet answer whether the hotly debated hormone-like compounds are causing the negative health effects they are linked with, experts say.
A Cervical Cancer survivor, Amy Weber shares her journey of leaving her hometown to pursue her dreams in the entertain- ment industry, battling cancer twice and experiencing infertil- ity challenges. Through dedication and persistence, Amy was able to become a mom of energetic twins.
Share a little background about yourself.
What was your journey that led you to the entertainment industry?
When you moved to Los Angeles, how did you find out you had cancer?
How were you able to go through all that without a good support system?
What top advice would you share with those preparing for or currently undergoing treatment for cancer?
Now that your reproductive system was affected, what was your process of becoming pregnant?
Our citizens would be far better off if we removed all the psychotropic drugs from the market, as doctors are unable to handle them. It is inescapable that their availability creates more harm than good.
FACSaware aims to raising global awareness of Fetal Anti Convulsant Syndromes and other Teratogen related syndromes. The Fetal AntiConvulsant Trust (F.A.C.T.) was set up in 2011 to campaign for responsibility from the government and drug company.