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Beals-Hecht Syndrome

What is Beals-Hecht Syndrome?

Beals-Hecht Syndrome is a genetic disorder similar to Marfan's Syndrome that affects connective tissue.

 

 

Beals-Hecht Syndrome is a genetic disorder similar to Marfan's Syndrome that affects connective tissue.

 

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Contact Me debs54 Created by Jaime
Last updated 5 Feb 2010, 09:05 PM

Posted by Jaime
5 Feb 2010, 09:02 PM

Debs, I read your post and would like to share information with you. My son is also six years old and doing well. What is you email address or other means for me to contact you? My email address is jaihar@aol.com. Also, post you contact info on the discussion forum and it will appear as does this posting when you sign on. I look forward to hearing from you. Jaime

Support and Treatment Created by Jaime
Last updated 21 Jul 2009, 06:15 PM

Posted by Jaime
21 Jul 2009, 06:15 PM

I have a five year old son with Beals Hecth. Hie is like any normal five-year-old in his likes and behavior. But his abnormal facial features attract odd stares. I would like to speak with others who have Beals Hecth or who has a family member with Beals. My email is jaihar@aol.com. I live in New York City.

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