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1. Increase and improve existing data and provide a databank for parents,
medical professionals, and other interested professionals.
2. Identify common
medical problems, areas for medical investigation, and areas for development of improved interventions and services.
3. Provide information to interested parties to develop protocols and decision-making
scenarios to improve interventions and treatments.
Tracking Rare Incidence Syndromes (TRIS) is looking for families with living as well as deceased
children to participate in a unique opportunity to raise awareness of trisomy conditions.
TRIS is also interested in contacting "rare trisomy child friendly" medical and special education
professionals, who might have an interest in joining the TRIS advisory committee.