WMCARWilliam and Mary Center for Archaeological Research (College of William & Mary; Williamsburg, VA)
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Mr Mark Kilby, a consultant from Birmingham Women's Hospital, who took part in the WMCAR's survey of birth defects within the West Midlands, said: 'The increase in cases of gastroschisis has reached epidemic proportions.
The West Midlands Consortium for Asylum and Refugee Support (WMCARS) invited representatives from ten UK regions and elected members to the Local Government Association in London last week to establish the need for the group.
David Barnes, the regional manager for the WMCARS, said: 'The Home Office is still very much unaware of the demands placed upon local authorities when dealing with asylum seekers and this group will hopefully act as a link between them and the Government.'