A new policy paper released this week by the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) features
Byron Calhoun, M.D., a perinatologist and professor at West Virginia University-Charleston, addressing the subject of care and treatment for unborn children diagnosed with genetic disorders. “The Perinatal Hospice: Allowing Parents to be Parents,” offers research on the effects and benefits of perinatal hospice.
As part of the 1st Annual Conference on Medical Advances in Prenatal Diagnoses, in January this year, MedSFL was honored to have Dr. Calhoun address prenatal diagnosis, therapies, and share some of his work with perinatal hospice. His presentation can be found here at the 15 minute mark.