NTSAD provides family services, research, and education for
Tay-Sachs, GM-1, Sandhoff, Canavan and allied diseases.
Join our cause to wipe out these genetic diseases.
There are many reproductive options available to increase your chance of a having a healthy baby, specifically a baby that does not have Tay-Sachs disease. Some people choose adoption, others use sperm, egg, or embryo donation from non-carriers, some pursue a natural pregnancy with prenatal testing by amniocentesis or CVS, while others consider in vitro fertilization with pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD).
For more information, visit the Family Planning page.