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Fetal Alcohol Surveillance System Network

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The Fetal Alcohol Surveillance System Network (FASSNet) is a network of states working with CDC on the development and enhancement of population-based surveillance of fetal alcohol syndrome. The program uses multiple source, record-based methods to develop prevalence estimates of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS). CDC funded three FASSNet programs in 2009: the University of Arizona, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and the New York State Department of Health.

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CDC - Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and related web pages. Accessed September 10, 2010.