Help me reach my goal!Sponsor Me at March for Babies!


Team ExperTox will be hitting the pavement on April 25, 2010 in support of March of Dimes and March for Babies.  Interested in helping but not interested in walking?  We’ll take on the challenge, you just make a donation! 

Nearly 500,000 babies are born prematurely each year.  Premature infants are more susceptible to medical and development problems, learning disabilities and behavorial issues.  One reason for premature birth is mother’s drug use during pregnancy.  ExperTox works with many hospitals by testing a newborn’s first stool, called meconium, soon after the baby’s birth to determine if drugs were used during the last 20 weeks of gestation.  We perform this test on a STAT basis, knowing the doctors and nurses need the information to determine the best care for the child, both medically as well as socially.

Thanks for your support!

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