The Vascular Birthmarks Foundation Dr. Linda Rozell-Shannon, PhD President and Founder

VBF’s story began in 1994 when Dr. Linda Rozell-Shannon gave birth to her miracle daughter Christine. Though doctors had previously told Linda she could never have…

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As President of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) I have had the wonderful opportunity to work with Linda Rozell-Shannon, PhD for the past three…

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On Friday, October 10, 2014, the Vascular Birthmarks Foundation held a celebratory gala in commemoration of our 20 years of helping families affected by vascular…

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Dr. Linda Rozell-Shannon, President and Founder of VBF is thrilled to announce that a letter has been signed by the President of the American Academy…

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The Vascular Birthmarks Foundation is proud to announce the opening of the AVM Center of New York at Lenox Hill, a multidisciplinary treatment center for…

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Solveig Hagen (hagen333@umn.edu) and Katie Grey (greyx013@umn.edu), medical students at the University of Minnesota and Drs. Dorota Korta (dkorta@uci.edu) and Kristen Kelly (kmkelly@uci.edu), dermatologists at…

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VBF is thrilled to announce that Crystal Hodges will be joining us as our Social Media Coordinator and as the VBF Ask/Accept Anti-Bullying Campaign Manager.…

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The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued new guidelines for the care and treatment of high-risk hemangiomas. GUIDELINES FOR TREATING INFANTILE HEMANGIOMAS EXTENDED GUIDELINES FOR…

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Anna Kerr, PhD and Charee Thompson, PhD are researchers at Ohio University who are recruiting parents of children with a vascular birthmark to participate in…

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