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Increase of Rare Birth Defects in Washington State Has Experts Stumped

5th March 2014

Read it.

Well, Washington state was always full of a lot of ‘progressives’, but I don’t suppose that’s the sort of birth defect they were thinking of.

That year, Barron encountered two cases of babies born with anencephaly – a neural tube birth defect that causes infants to be born without certain areas of the brain and skull. A devastating condition that affects only one or two babies out of every 10,000 pregnancies, anencephaly occurs when the upper part of the neural tube doesn’t close all the way during the first month of pregnancy.

On the other hand, I could be wrong.

 

One Response to “Increase of Rare Birth Defects in Washington State Has Experts Stumped”

  1. RealRick Says:

    I don’t suppose it would help to send them a copy of “Statistics for Dummies”. Doctor encounters two cases and decides it’s time to panic at the increase?