In the immediacy of a prenatal diagnosis and when carrying to term, interactions between parents and their medical providers can be especially impactful. We hope the resources on this page improve your care of the parents with whom you work. If you have additional questions or comments that we could provide to the members of our Medical Advisory Council, please contact us.


Insight from a Physician with First-Hand Experience

Dr. Stringfield is Medical Director of Choices Medical Clinic in Wichita, KS. Smiles abound throughout the pre-op room, but th... read more »

What do medical professionals say about BNA?

"I've been more than pleased with the experience I've had with Be Not Afraid and feel comfortable that patients I refer to this service are in the most caring hands." 

Kathlyn Hanauer, MS, CGC, Genetic Counselor ~ Charlotte, NC 


"It has been a privilege to work with Be Not Afraid. It is my heartfelt prayer that God will continue to bless this service and make it flourish."


Dr. Philip Dehoff, OB/GYN ~ Providence OB/GYN, Charlotte, NC 


“The support offered by BNA is distinguished by their love and attention to details, and their deep compassion for the families served and the circumstances those families encounter. They are professional and profoundly understanding of the dynamics of these unique pregnancies."

Dr. John T. Bruchalski, OB/GYN, Chairman, Divine Mercy Care, Founder, Tepeyac Family Center



If You Have a Pulse...

Baby Jonathan, diagnosed prenatally with an encephalocele and hydrocephalus, is proving that if you have a pulse, you have a purpose.