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Our Center is dedicated to helping people live to the fullest. Much of our work focuses on protecting people who are especially vulnerable to health risks - babies, children, people with blood disorders, and people with disabilities.

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NCBDDD Brochure

Learn about NCBDDD’s mission and work.

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2014 Annual Report

Learn about NCBDDD’s accomplishments.

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My Story

Personal stories from people who are touched in some way by birth defects, blood disorders, and disabilities.

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Video: Touching Lives

See how NCBDDD brings a public health focus to the fields of birth defects, child development, blood disorders, and disability across the lifespan.

Adolescent and Adult CHD Surveillance Project

Information about products that were developed under the current Adolescent and Adult CHD Surveillance project (FOA #DD12-1207).

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Share with Your Friends

Share information about autism spectrum disorder with your family, friends, or co-workers. Click on a link below.

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"Children with autism spectrum disorder are not being diagnosed as early as they could be. Learn the signs of autism and get help if you’re concerned."