We are an international charitable organization that networks families affected by a vascular birthmark, tumor, or syndrome to the appropriate medical professionals for evaluation and/or treatment, provides informational resources as well as sponsors physician education, mobilizes medical missions trips, and supports research and programs that promote acceptance for individuals with birthmarks.
Here you will find information and resources for patients and families affected by hemangioma, port wine stain, arteriovenous malformation, capillary malformation, lymphatic malformation, Sturge-Weber syndrome, Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome, and any other type of vascular birthmark and syndrome.
This Week's challenge: HOW HAS VBF GIVEN YOU HOPE? Share a short 30 second video #VBFGivesHope about how VBF has given you or a loved…Read More
TAKE ACTION for #GivingTuesday: Plan a VBF Day of Awareness, host a Facebook Fundraiser for VBF, or create your Give2MyVBF Page. $500 Sponsors a Family…Read More
Join Dr. Linda and Dr. Anne Comi for our next VBF Facebook Live session on the topic: What Everyone Should Know about the Relationship between…Read More
Black Friday is a rare opportunity to ask your questions directly to the leading Sturge Weber Syndrome neurologist, Dr. Anne Comi, on Dr. Linda’s VBF Facebook Live.Click here to view our VBF Facebook Live video archive.
Gabriela Miller Kids First Pediatric Research Program at NIH seeks participants for a research study on vascular birthmarks and overgrowth. The purpose of this study…Read More
Allie Kestner & Family raised almost $3,000 during their first-ever VBF in Buffalo fundraising event in honor of her daughter Lola, who was born with…Read More
VBF proudly hosted our 18th Annual Vascular Birthmarks Conference and Clinic in New York City on October 6, 2018. Nearly 400 people attended the conference, making…Read More