Ryan Lanford had big plans – always. Diagnosed with 22q in 1994, he wanted to be a running back for the Carolina Panthers.
Meet Brianna, a 32-year-old with 22q Deletion. Brianna’s story starts out like so many others, when she was born, there was no diagnosis.
Cara, a 28-year-old, Texas native, who lives with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome and manages her daily life with hard work, dedication, and a lot of faith
William is our April 22q Calendar Spotlight. Shortly after his birth, his parents noticed something wasn’t right.
Robin has been a feature story for us in the past, this time we want to share how she is working the front lines helping to educate others about the COVID19 vaccine.
Amy was born a blue baby. She had difficulty feeding, frequent illnesses and cried with discomfort almost constantly. At 13 months, Amy had heart surgery to repair a large VSD and release a vascular ring.
When Christine was diagnosed with 22q11.2 deletion at the age of 30, she finally had the answers to why her childhood had been so difficult.
Meet Jordan from Toronto, Canada!
Aine Keogh and her son, Ciaran, were both born with 22q11.2, which she quotes as the “most common rare syndrome you’ve never heard of”.
Jeff was born on November 23, 1992 and we immediately knew he had a cleft of the soft palate and low calcium levels. We were told that nothing else was wrong with our son.