Soren Roe used to hide the fact that he’s missing teeth. Now, he uses it as an opening line when he meets new people. Read how this 24-year-old has faced his fears and realized how ectodermal dysplasia has shaped his life.
We love when new volunteers step up to help the National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias (NFED)! This month, we shine the spotlight on two genetic counseling students who are helping us with the Unknown Project.
Even the tallest mountains can be scaled with enough small but purposeful steps Forever Forward. But not without decades of careful study, testing, steps forward, steps back, and the love and devotion of parents, families and you! Learn how you can help us with our campaign to advance research.
Our volunteers mean so much to us! With the help of three graduate students, our latest endeavor, the Unknown Project, has reached so many NFED members. We’ll tell you a little bit about the Unknown Project, and how these amazing individuals are helping families get a diagnosis.
The Stollers spent the first few years of their daughter, Kambree’s life, trying to figure out what was causing all of her different, possibly unrelated, symptoms. When Kambree was finally diagnosed with ectodermal dysplasia, professionals and genetic testing couldn’t pinpoint which type she might have. Until an NFED Family Conference changed their life. They found something they didn’t realize they were seeking.