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P.O. Box 429
Spring City, UT 84662
The Triplet Connection (TC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support and information to families who have or, particularly, who are expecting triplets, quadruplets, or quintuplets. Established in 1983, the organization provides information regarding the prevention of preterm birth in larger multiple gestations, and helps expectant parents know what they can do in order to enhance the best possible outcomes to their pregnancies. Consisting of 35,000 members, the organization produces educational materials including a quarterly self-titled newsletter, a packet of information for expectant parents, and various reports. It coordinates support and networking opportunities for families of multiple births; maintains a database of medical information regarding larger multiple pregnancies and their outcomes; has an advisory board comprised of physicians who are in charge of research; and provides resources to help families who have lost one or more of their children. The Triplet Connection is a vital lifeline to expectant parents, a source of encouragement to parents of larger multiple births, and a resource for healthcare professionals.
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