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Jason H. Collins, MD, MSCR

May 1, 2017


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Episode 2 – 0517

Jason H. Collins, MD, MSCR

Jason H. Collins, MD, MSCR

In this episode of the Stillbirth Matters Podcast Chris Duffy interviews our guest, Dr. Jason Collins, the founder of the Pregnancy Institute located in New Roads, LA.  Dr. Collins’  career and passion has focused on stillbirth, umbilical cord accidents and umbilical cord pathology.  Now retired from his obstetric practice, Dr. Collins continues his research into these tragic losses and is generous with his time to talk to health professionals and newly bereaved parents. His book Silent Risk is written for clinicians and parents impacted by stillbirth due to umbilical cord pathology.  Dr. Collins and his wife, Dr. Candace Collins (ophthalmology) reside in Baton Rouge, LA.

Dr. Collins can be reached at jcollinsmd77@gmail.com    See  Dr. Collins’ curriculum vitae

The Stillbirth Matters Podcast is a monthly production of the Star Legacy Foundation hosted by Chris Duffy.  Your feedback and suggestions for future episodes is encouraged!  Contact us at: info@starlegacyfoundation.org 


Jason H. Collins, MD, MSCR

5 Comments

  1. Shilah Hulse says:

    My son Logan died at 40 weeks gestation due to a preventable (and doctor overlooked) placental abruption. Thanks to Dr. Collins for his continued crusade to eradicate preventable stillbirths.

    1. admslf says:

      Thank you for the great suggestion! We will work on getting this topic lined up! Keep the great ideas coming!

  2. Gabe says:

    I’d love to hear about placental abruption too. My daughter was stillborn due to placental abruption

    1. admslf says:

      Great suggestion! We will work on getting it lined up! Keep the suggestions coming!

  3. Kelly Kittel says:

    My son, Jonah, also died because of placental abruption due to undiagnosed toxemia, which we only learned because we filed a medical malpractice lawsuit. Please keep me in mind for this topic! In the meantime, I heart Dr. Collins. Rock on…

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