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International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association


PO Box 354
Trenton, OH 45067





800 Number


Email Address

[email protected]


The International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association (IMDSA) is a non-profit organization that is designed to assist any individual whose life has been affected by mosaic down syndrome. IMDSA provides information and support, assists in research, and strives to increase awareness in medical, educational, and public communities throughout the world. Because of the rarity of mosaic down syndrome, the organization is mostly Internet-based. It does have country representatives in many countries to contact new parents of children with MDS. Its web site,, offers an online translator through Babel fish.

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