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awareness Show Feb 28
@rarediseasedayus The 22q Family Foundation 22qties I was diagnosed at the age of 35 with it’s a missing piece of a chromosome it has over 200 symptoms. There is no cure for this rare...
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CU MentalHealthBlog Jan 22
Meet PhD student Sinéad Morrison and find out about her work into .2deletionsyndrome
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Azpiral Sep 5
Please support by donating to John, who will run the Kerry Ultra 200km this weekend. (Donate here: ) Best of Luck John!!
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ESCAP Mar 1
Education and employment trajectories from childhood to adulthood in individuals with .2 deletion syndrome. ESCAP speaks with Dr Maude Schneider about this publication
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M Sep 6
Todays hospital appointment with rheumatology at Lri for little miss ,added another diagnosis to the evergrowing list !(Raynauds ) !
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Seizure Dog Radar Apr 28
Hi Scott, I know your time is short and busy whilst in Perth. But it would be amazing if you could spare some time to meet me to and .21 duplication syndrome. All raising awareness about inclusion.
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Francesco Papaleo Jun 8
New Grant, new Post-Doc position available in our lab! Brain mechanisms and circuits involved in altered developmental trajectories in .2 hemideletion. Email me if interested! Please RT.
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Amanda Rackerby May 1
Thank you for your support! Great to be a part of such a strong global community !
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#22qAwarenessDays Jun 10
greatly supports the inclusion of Syndromes in newborn screening
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Zynerba Pharma Apr 23
In December 2018, Team Z announced our plans to develop Zygel for .2 Deletion Syndrome. that is the most common gene deletion syndrome, and thought to be almost as common as Down Syndrome?
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Lisa Joan Anderson Sep 10
Say cheese! Picture day!! (Actually waiting rather than running for the school bus today! Phew!) . .
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trappyarsenal Sep 9
So chuffed that I completed my first ever half marathon yesterday at the , massive thank you to the crowds and other runners who cheered us on the whole way round
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CDCM-Stanford University Aug 29
Register today for the 2nd Biennial 22q11 Deletion Syndrome Symposium! October 3, 2019. For more info: To register visit: # curingtheincurable
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NCCR-Synapsy Jun 18
The Synapsy member Stephan Eliez and his team published interesting data about deletion syndrome and . They found that the atrophies dramatically when the first symptoms appear. To read in
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MIND Institute 22q11 Feb 1
Great story about American Football player using his profile to raise for
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LaurenceVick Mar 4
affects thousands of children every year but is massively misdiagnosed, say Check out the national Consensus Document for the management of 22q11 deletion syndrome
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Amanda Rackerby Mar 25
In case you did not know about the link between and , there is a whole peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the subject.
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Tom Maynard Jun 20
Excited that our work on 22q11 deletion syndrome is the featured article for this issue of Neuron!
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22qties Unite Aug 2
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Seizure Dog Radar Apr 28
Have messaged both whilst they are in to say let's . To help and .21 duplication. Wonder which will be or
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