The Big Blue Book - 1998 International Family Conference

Disclaimer: This book was created after the 1998 Family Conference.  The articles are important to all of those involved with RTS.  This is online without permission from Dr. Rubinstein and the Cincinnatti Rubinstein-Taybi organization.  They would prefer that you call Dr. Rubinstein at  1-800-344-2462 ext. 4621 and request a copy of the book.  I would encourage everyone, especially those with a child who has RTS to call the above number and request a copy of this book.  I have been reassured by Mark Shannon that this book will be sent to anyone who requests it, regardless of country.
All the information from the book is not online (another reason to call and request the book).  Left out are articles which are copyrighted or are not appropriate for the web site (includes list of attendees).  All articles which are deemed public domain are included..
Diane Wardlow

Proceedings
1998 International Family Conference
Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome
 

July 10-13, 1998

Jack H. Rubinstein, M.D.................................RTS Program Director - UACCDD
Nancy Lanphear, M.D..................................RTS Associate Director - UACCDD
Mark Shannon.............................................Conference Coordinator - UACCDD

University Affiliated
Cincinnati Center for Developmental Disorders

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Special Thanks

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Funding:
UACCDD receives major support from the Hamilton County Mental Retardation Service Levy.  Additional funding sources include: United Way and Community Chest; Maternal and Child Health Bureau and the Administration on Developmental Disabilities of the Department of Health and Human Services; other county, state, and federal agencies; foundations; and individual contributions.
The 1998 International Family Conference on Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome is very grateful for the generous support of The Special Friends Foundation
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