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17 July, 2018

Here is a list of the current Facebook fundraisers benefiting CDH International and CHERUBS: Kaitlyn’s Birthday Fundraiser – ends 7/18! Mariah’s Birthday Fundraiser Ethan’s Birthday Fundraiser Kimmie’s Birthday Fundraiser Jana’s Birthday Fundraiser Hell and Back for CDH Raising Money for CHERUBS, by Patricia Guevarez

17 July, 2018

“Cherubs made me believe there was hope when I was in the dark, the light at the end of the tunnel was one big CDH  family there with opening arms, it was here I felt safe, reassurance and love.” – Carley Yoxall

17 July, 2018

CDH International is very proud to work with the great folks at Rare Revolution Magazine to help raise awareness of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. From Rare Revolution Magazine We’re very pleased to welcome our newest charity member, CDH International They’re on all the main social channels…

10 July, 2018

“They say parents forget and with time it all seems like a bad dream… I believe the pain diminishes with time but a parent NEVER forgets. I know I will never forget and I will always praise the Lord for all the lessons I have…

27 June, 2018

Last week, CDH International’s President, Dawn Ireland, presented at the 19th European Congress of Pediatric Surgery in Paris, France. Dawn represented CDH International on a “Meet the Experts” panel along with one of our Medical Advisory Board members, Dr. Paul Losty. This conference was a…

26 June, 2018

“We had never heard of CDH until a few hours after Lucas was born. I read what it was and the survival rate and I couldn’t read anymore. It wasn’t until he came home that I wanted to find others like him. That’s when I…

26 June, 2018

Fetal tracheal occlusion (TO) is an emerging surgical therapy in congenital diaphragmatic hernia that improves the fetal lung growth. Different animal models of congenital diaphragmatic hernia and TO present advantages and disadvantages regarding ethical issues, cost, surgical difficulty, size, survival rates, and available genetic tools. We developed a minimally invasive murine transuterine…