CHOP Expert Featured in MetroKids

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Each year, the field of genetics changes and evolves. While that means advanced treatment options and earlier detections, it also can be overwhelming for parents to determine which tests are necessary.

This MetroKids article, which includes commentary from Erica Schindewolf, a genetic counselor in the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment (CFDT) at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, attempts to provide a guide for parents to enable them to make the best choices for their families.

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