The 12th International Congress on Cleft Lip/Palate and related Craniofacial Anomalies


The 12th International Congress on Cleft Lip/Palate and related Craniofacial Anomalies was held in Orlando on May 5-10, 2013. The Congress was convened every four years at locations around the world which is a great event for the worldwide craniofacial anomalies professionals and professionals- in - training.


The Congress aims to promote and facilitate the care of affected individuals with the exchange of research findings and clinical outcomes, etc. It is estimated that 1450 participants from 77 different countries joining the Congress.

It is the honor that NCF was invited to be part of the Congress and was one among  7 Non Profit Craniofacial Anomalies Organization being able to set up a exhibition stall to share our fruitful fulfillments with worldwide professionals and organizations. At the stall, NCF charity products were demonstrated, such as T-Shirts, Postcards, “An Integrated Approach to the Primary Lip/Nasal Repair in Bilateral Cleft Lip & Palate Operative Syllabus,” and “Taiwan’s Star Drummer” children's illustrated book which was completed by one of NCF cleft patients.


Since 1998, NCF has partnered with the worldly renowned Craniofacial Center at the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital to conduct Seed Medical Practitioner Program. For the decades, NCF has trained 140 Seed Medical Practitioners from 16 different countries. At the exhibition, many international partners saw the NCF stall and came over to say Hi. There is an Indian doctor was NCF Seed Medical Practitioner in 2010 explaining that he sincerely appreciates NCF. Because of the precious training he got in Taiwan, now many cleft patients in his country are benefited. NCF believes the contribution we have been devoted to is influential and the blessings will be continuously to be passed on.

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