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2019 Year in Review

Thanks to our generous community of supporters, in 2019 the NEC Society brought us closer to a world without necrotizing enterocolitis. Over the last year, we’ve engaged thousands of diverse stakeholders from around the globe. Together, we’ve launched research projects,…

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NEC Society and Cincinnati Children’s Announce the NEC Symposium

The NEC Society is honored to partner with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center to present the Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) Symposium, April 13-16, 2021 at The Westin Cincinnati. The NEC Society is the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on the prevention…

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NEC Society Receives $250,000 Research Capacity Award

The NEC Society has received a $250,000 Engagement Award from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to support the organization’s two-year research capacity building project. This PCORI award will advance the NEC Society’s ability to drive patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR)…

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NEC Symposium

2019 NEC Symposium Summary now available!

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NEC Society Shop is now open!

All proceeds go directly toward our mission to build a world without NEC!

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VIDEO: NEC Prevention Through Collaboration

Check out our new video designed to encourage providers and patient-families to partner to improve care for babies!

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NEC Society Biorepository

First ever NEC biobank established!

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NEC Society Launches Online Support Community for Families Impacted by NEC!

The NEC Society is thrilled to team up with Inspire to launch an online support community for families impacted by necrotizing enterocolitis. The vision for NEC Society Connects is to provide impacted families with a sense of community throughout their…

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NEC Society Launches Groundbreaking Research Collaborative

The NEC Society has launched the first Research Collaborative focused on advancing the study of neonatal NEC!

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10 Incredible Gifts for NICU Families

Ideas to support families while they are in the NICU, from parents who have been there.

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