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Causes: Health, Specifically Named Diseases, Specifically Named Diseases Research

Mission: An international nonprofit organization solely dedicated to providing lifesaving educational, emotional, and financial support for families, medical professionals, and other caregivers before, during and after a pregnancy diagnosed with twin to twin transfusion syndrome. Dedicated to saving the babies, improving their future health and care, furthering medical research, providing NICU, special needs and bereavement support, and keeping families together the way twins are meant to be.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

Donor

Rating: 5

Mary was wonderful support after the loss of one of my twins . When you go through something like this you want to talk to someone who knows your pain. Mary knew my pain. She confortd me and taught me how to turn my grief into helping other family's . My suriviving son and our family now do a fundraiser every year and donate it to the foundation

1 Sarah343

Donor

Rating: 5

My twin boys are TTTS survivors born at 30 wks 5 days. I had laser surgery at 18 wks gestation at stage 4. Lawsyn & Landyce are my living miracles, & I'm so grateful to have them with me today. The TTTS Foundation is such a great cause, & the founder, Mary Slaman has been such a huge blessing to so many families such as mine. I didn't find the Foundation till after my ordeal, however, I have seen so many others get the help & support they needed from Mary & her Foundation. She gives hope & relief to all the TTTS families, & there isn't anything the Foundation won't do in order to help save your pregnancy, or to even help you grieve. Mary has been through it herself, & because of her graciousness, many others are able to have a chance. I like to give back to the Foundation whenever I can, & to help others just as her. The TTTS Foundation needs all the support it can get due to the rarity of the cause, but with the mortality rate as high as it is with this disease, it's just as important.