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A push for SCID screening for all newborns

February 11, 2013

http://q13fox.com/2013/02/11/interview-a-push-for-scid-screening-for-all-newborns/#axzz2KhgnO4hD

 

Source - Q13 Fox


Before Gov. Chris Gregoire left office, she included money for newborn screening in her final budget. The screening looks for a rare condition called SCID — Severe Combined Immunodeficiency. Dr. Suzanne Skoda-Smith, with Seattle Children’s Hospital, wants to see this measure move through Olympia and provide the funding necessary to screen all Washington state newborns.

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