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Mrs. Mary Slaman-Forsythe
Founder and President
The Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome Foundation
411 Longbeach Parkway
Bay Village, Ohio 44140 17 March 2002


Dear Mary:

Today is a day that some celebrate and consider themselves as being ‘lucky.’ I chose this day to write because I feel very lucky that you are who you are and do what you do.

I cannot count the number of TTTS families I know, who have described your personal commitment and the service you provide as a Godsend. Oftentimes they were without hope, and worse, without information that could aid them in their fight against TTTS. The amount of time and energy you devote to them is incredible. I am also amazed at the level of financial assistance you provide, and hope that anyone who may see this will help you with your wonderful work. You have made many families also feel lucky to know you.

You have outlined your mission in your pamphlets, and you live it. I want to personally thank you for what you do. Please accept the enclosed donation and use it to continue your fight for the TTTS babies.


Julian E. De Lia, MD, FACOG, FACS

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