Intellectual disability-developmental delay-contractures syndrome

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Synonyms: Foot contractures-muscle atrophy-oculomotor apraxia syndrome | Wieacker-Wolff syndrome

Intellectual disability-developmental delay-contractures syndrome formerly known as Wieacker-Wolff syndrome is a severe X-linked recessive neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by severe contractures (arthrogryposis; see this term) and intellectual disability.

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Advocacy Organizations

Association Aux Pas du Coeur

Our organization wants to raise awareness and recognize rare diseases in Côte d'Ivoire. Our mission is to: Raising awareness and campaigning to help with the diagnosis and free therapeutic care of patients. Request and/or contribute to actions relating to the training of the medical profession so that doctors are able to make a final diagnosis and ensure the continuous follow-up of patients. Create a patient registry to establish very precise statistics of rare diseases in Côte d'Ivoire. Create a close-knit patient community. Break the isolation and despair of sick people and their families. Open up to the world and actively contribute to international research aimed at treatments.

ZC4H2 Research Foundation

Our Mission: The purpose of the ZC4H2 Research Foundation is to support the development of viable therapies and standards of clinical care for the treatment of ZC4H2 Associated Rare Disorders (ZARD), and to be an information and support network for the ZARD community. We advocate through research, awareness, and support. For more information, please visit https://www.zc4h2foundation.org.

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Clinical Trials

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