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United States photographer remembered for her portraits of rural workers during the Depression (1895-1965)

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Born in August 2011 at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Irmary, Jack was initially diagnosed with rare Cornelia de Lange syndrome, developmental disorder that aects many parts of the body, including the features.
Cornelia de Lange Syndrome is rare - between one in 40,000 and 100,000 babies are born with the condition.
Children with Cornelia de Lange Syndrome are small at birth and remain small compared with others of the same age.
Cornelia de Lange Syndrome affects around one in 10,000 children, including June Jones's daughter Natasha.
A closer look reveals that most of the children have Cornelia de Lange syndrome or CdLS (a rare birth defect characterized by physical and mental developmental delays.
Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation of Avon, Connecticut was awarded $22,295 for their project, Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Information Clearinghouse.
Members of The Cornerstone Project raised pounds 3,000 for the Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation (CdLS Foundation).
Simon, who had rare genetic disorder Cornelia de Lange Syndrome and was only the size of a seven year old, was sent home after the tube had been fitted.
The inquiry at Glasgow Sheriff Court had been told Simon, of Knightswood, Glasgow, had been born with a rare genetic condition, Cornelia de Lange syndrome.
Devon suffers from Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, a rare genetic condition that affects about one in 40,000 babies born each year.
But the brothers amazed medics by refusing to surrender to the genetic condition Cornelia De Lange, which causes serious disabilities
Identification of a Diagnostic Classifier of Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, an Often Misdiagnosed and Little-Known Genetic Syndrome, Through a Stepwise and Multi-Platform Procedure
I was pleased to read that June Jones probably would not have chosen to abort her daughter Natasha, who has Cornelia de Lange syndrome (Chronicle, April 20).