Bloggers Help Raise Awareness About Newborn Screening
Save Babies Through Screening Foundation, an Ohio-based organization working to ensure that all babies in America are screened for various diseases and birth defects, has come out with a “Blogger Toolkit” to help raise awareness about newborn...
Cincinnati, OH, 08/21/2012 - Save Babies Through Screening Foundation, an Ohio-based organization working to ensure that all babies in America are screened for various diseases and birth defects, has come out with a “Blogger Toolkit” to help raise awareness about newborn screening. In preparation for newborn screening awareness month this September, the blogger toolkit provides access to a comprehensive video overview on the mission of the Save Babies foundation and the importance of newborn screening. The video provided is to be used by bloggers as source material for a post.
The goal of this toolkit is to get bloggers to take action and commit to one post, a series of posts, a single tweet or support the cause with a link in their sidebar. For more information please visit the link below:
About Save Babies Through Screening Foundation
Save Babies Through Screening Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring that every baby born in America is screened for dozens of diseases and medical conditions which, if detected early and treated properly, will allow these babies to live normal and productive lives. Their mission is one of education, lobbying, and support at both the institution and patient levels. For more information about the organization or pulse-ox screening, contact them using the information below.
Save Babies Through Screening Foundation
P. O. Box 42197
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Toll Free: 1-888-454-3383
- Contact Information
- David Blacker
- Media Director
- Lithyem Industries
- Contact via E-mail
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