Monthly Archives: January 2020

Breathe baby, breathe!

Annie’s book is now available in English. It is a distillation of the notes she made while our daughter was in the NICU, as well as additions written later, chapters written by caregivers, reprints of some of Annie’s narrative articles, … Continue reading

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Erythropoietin for brain protection in the very preterm? Not worth Penuts.

That isn’t a mis-spelling, just a bad attempt to play with the acronym for a good trial; the PENUT trial, just published in the (FP)NEJM. (Juul SE, et al. A Randomized Trial of Erythropoietin for Neuroprotection in Preterm Infants. N … Continue reading

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Gene therapy for SMA; who will win the lottery?

There are few things more disgusting than the obscene actions of drug companies that profit off the distress of dying babies and their families. You might think that the price of a drug would be based on development and production … Continue reading

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