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OA/TOF highlighted in the first of ERNICA's animations that aims to help patients and families affected by Inherited and Congenital Anomalies

Published: Mon, 21st December 2020, 01:12:00 PM

TOFS are delighted to see this initiative by The European Reference Networks for rare diseases - Inherited and Congenital Anomalies (ERNICA) in developing a series of animation videos which aim to provide information to patients, parents and families.

 

Julia Faulkner, a key member of TOFS’ Medical Advisory Group led the production of the first of these videos 'CAN EAT—Care and Nutrition in Esophageal Atresia' which explains about the treatment involved following a diagnosis of OA/TOF.  Julia is a paediatric dietitian and mum to Alexander, born with OA/TOF.  Watch the animation here.

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