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Dr. Schneider was among a pioneering group of doctors who made screening for Jewish genetic diseases more commonplace. By screening patients for genetic diseases and then using in vitro fertilization, she helped ensure babies would not be born with these diseases. 

When she started, Jewish genetic screenings included five diseases. Now they screen for more than 200, 96 of which apply to Jewish communities.

Planet TV Presents Award Winning Pediatric Spinal Specialist, Dr. Harry Shufflebarger

Planet TV Presents Award Winning Pediatric Spinal Specialist, Dr. Harry Shufflebarger, Serving as the Head of the Division Spinal Surgery at the World Renowned Nicklaus Children's Hospital

Planet TV Studios produces cutting edge, real life, television series that features insightful, meaningful updates on doctors who shaping our health care system. Pilot plans to air early 2018 and will also be on on-demand platforms such as Roku, iTunes, Google Play, Vimeo-on demand, and other various on-demand platforms.

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital has been designated the national program office for the Victor Center for the Prevention of Jewish Genetic Diseases, an entity dedicated to the prevention of inherited diseases common among the Jewish population.