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The Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome Foundation is an international 501c.3. nonprofit organization. This means that all donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible. Our Tax ID# is 34-1740578.

The Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome Foundation is run solely on donations from family and friends of those who have been through this terrible disease and individual donations from others who care and want to help.

We feel very strongly that TTTS is an evil disease not brought on by God. God is the giver of life and blesses us all with our children not to take them away, but to bless us with the life we were meant to have. TTTS is a disease that wants to destroy lives, but we won’t let it. God’s role is to help us end suffering and fight for life as He has given it to us. We know that He blesses our work and we look our work as a ministry. We have never worried about funds and have only been in negative numbers 2 times in 14 years. We thank God for the generosity and compassion of all who donate and truly thank each and every one of you for truly making a difference.

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Trevor and Connor
Trevor and Connor
with their parents, Scott and Cindy and big brothers Spencer and Austin

"Please accept this donation as our personal thank you. Our babies suffered from TTTS and your Foundation offered us great information and hope. It was you that put us in contact with Dr. Julian De Lia and we will forever be grateful for that. We had the laser surgery in Milwaukee and truly believe that it saved our babies' lives."

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This is a fantastic and easy way to support the fight against TTTS and bring help and hope to families
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Learn about TAPS- MUST do MCA dopplers on all pregnancies

A form of TTTS, TAPS can occur after laser surgery or during a monochorionic pregnancy with no signs of TTTS or problems.
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Updated List of Questions

Questions to Ask at Every Ultrasound. Ultrasounds Must Be Weekly Starting at 16 Weeks.
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World Awareness Day - Dec. 7 2010

TTTS Walk for the babies

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