Dear Santa

We know that you have been good this year so we wrote our own letter to Santa on behalf of you and all families affected by ectodermal dysplasias.

This Is Not Some Hollywood Smile Issue

A Canadian mother trusted her instincts and had her son genetically tested when he didn’t develop all of his teeth. Their journey led to a diagnosis of odontoonychodermal dysplasia, a rare type of ectodermal dysplasia. It also explained symptoms for other family members. Read what Jamie Critchell is determined she must do now.

Four Research Opportunities at the National Family Conference

Families attending the 2012 National Family Conference in Orlando, July 18-21, have the opportunity to volunteer for the four projects listed below. To participate, sign-up on the 2012 national family conference registration form. You will receive your assigned research times when you check-in at registration on Wednesday, July 18th at the conference. Questions? Email Mary…