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Recent Activates

 
 Happy New Year 2019!
 
 
Thanks to everyone who participated in bringing improvements and making MERD India a 
success. We are trying hard to meet our goal of creating awareness on inborn errors of metabolism and Newborn Screening among parents, clinicians and health professionals! The success of this organization has allowed us to reach many thousand  parents and medical professionals on Inborn Errors of Metabolism and New Born Screening. This much-needed improvement will help increase the people to protect infants by early diagnosis of inborn 
errors, and most importantly, prevent causes of disability and death!
 
Recent Activates from MERDIndia
 
In December-2018
 
1-MERDIndia gave informative support to more than 40 people regarding IEM and NBS
 
2- New delhi -Organized  With Division of Genetics, Department of Paediatrics, All India 
Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi & IEM Support Charitable Trust, New Delhi on 
Saturday,15 December 2018 at All India Institute of Medical Science, New Delhi .
 
 Ahmedabad-    Organized  with FRIGE Institute of Genetics,IAP ahmedabad AND aop 
ahmedabad CME on Inborn Errors of Metabolism-2018 ON on 9dec 2018 sunday at AMA 
(Ahmedabad Management Association.
 
 
Your Valuable Feedback is Important!
 
 
As an organization, we wish to get feedback from you on an ongoing basis. If you have an 
idea about how our meetings could have gone better, how we can support parents better, 
how we can improve in creating awareness on Newborn screening and IEMS among parents, 
clinicians and health professionals, we wish to have opinions from you.





 
 

Update

Updates:
 
Docs pitch for mandatory newborn screening for inborn errors of metabolism
PTI|


 
Newborn screening at Institute of Child Health launched
According to WHO guidelines, states with low Infant Mortality Rate can start the 
screening for these diseases.
Read more-http://www.newindianexpress.com/cities/chennai/2018/nov/15/newborn-screening-
at-institute-of-child-health-launched-1898403.html
Please make  our country a better and safer place for Newborns.
 

 

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