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APHL Issues RFPs for New Disorders

APHL Issues RFP for NewSTEPs Website

International Journal of Neonatal Screening Soliciting Manuscript Submissions

New technology may standardize sickle cell disease screening for infants

Dickinson County Healthcare System receives award for newborn screening

State lab to track speed of newborn screening

Informational NBS Webinar on Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: The Common Rule

NewSTEPs 360 Technical Assistance Webinars

Request for Applications: NewSTEPs 360

Newborn screening saved these babies. How are they doing now?

Newborn Screening Program Receives Governor’s Award

Newborn saved after lab technician braves blizzard for test results

Colorado Newborn Screening Laboratory Adds Weekend Hours

Pompe Recommendation to the RUSP

USA Today Editorial Viewpoints on Newborn Screening and Timeliness

FDA Allows Marketing of the First Newborn Screening Test to Help Detect SCID

Newborn Screening Saves Lives Reauthorization Act Passed

NBS Cooperative Agreement Awarded to APHL for Implementation of SCID Testing

Newborn Screening Program Comes Home to Nevada

APHL Awarded Multi-Million Dollar Cooperative Agreement for NewSTEPs

NJ Newborns Now Screened for Severe Combined Immunodeficiency

New test added to newborn screening in Illinois

Minnesota to Resume Storing Newborn Blood Samples

States making changes to improve timeliness of newborn screening

Minnesota Lawmakers Reconsider Newborn Screening Test for Rare Disorders

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Team Wins 2014 USC Annenberg Selden Ring Award

Would Proposal to Screen for Rare Disorder Delay Other Newborn Screenings?

Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week

NPR: Screening Newborns For Disease Can Leave Families In Limbo

Hospital, lab associations push for improved newborn testing procedures

APHL Launches Health Information Technology (HIT) Listserv

AMCHP Develops Issue Brief on CCHD Screening Programs

OZ Systems Builds on Long-Term Partnership with Children’s National Health System

Senators Consider Newborn Infant Screening Bill

Bill Inspired by Branford Family Heads to State Senate for Consideration