Fetal Care Research Foundation

FCRF accepts donations from individuals & institutions to share the financial burden posed by various community service projects, and the donations are exempted of 50% of income tax under the Act 80G (India).
Mrs. Jayashree Balachandran - +91 93802 22773

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Clinic For Spinal Muscular Atrophy - Last date for registration is on 10th September 2023.

Birth Defects Registry of India

The Birth Defects surveillance program to collect and analyse data on conenial anomalies was launched on Feb 18...

Support group for MPS and other activities

The annual Multi Specialty clinic for MPS Support group members this time saw more children attending the clinic.

MediScan and Seethapathy join hands

MediScan, Chennai's leading Fetal Medicine centre sets up unit at Seethapathy Hospital, city's progressive Obstetric Hospital.

Dr. G. Nithyakalyani speaks @ All India Radio

Fetal Medicine is a unique specialty which is not a part of general clinical practice. But pregnancy is common to everybody and so this specialty should be accessible to the last man of the community, Dr. G. NithyaKalyani addresses in one of her talks for All India Radio.

Fetal Medicine courses by MediScan

Mediscan, the premier Fetal medicine centre offers training courses in different components of Fetal medicine to enlarge the pregnancy care & support for the community.

Fetal Care Research Foundation
FCRF is a not for profit charitable trust instituted by Prof. S. Suresh (Managing Trustee). Since its inception in 1993, FCRF has been involving in clinical research and subsequently developing strategies for preventive, curative and supportive management of birth defects.
Birth Defects Registry of India
BDRI is the incorporated unit of FCRF, founded in the year 2001, to document the incidences of birth defects in India. The estimated baseline prevalence of birth defects would facilitate the concerned authorities evolve appropriate strategies to prevent birth defects in the nation.
Support group for MPS & LSDs
FCRF commissioned a Support Group for MPS for the first time in India in the year 2003. The support group provides the best possible care to children afflicted with Lysosomal Storage disorders like Mucopolysaccharidoses / Mucilipidoses, Gaucher, Fabry & Pompe disorders.