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New Study Investigates “Touch Blindness” as Potential Genetic Mutation
Two young patients with a rare condition have helped scientists unlock a better understanding of our sense of touch and what researchers… Continue Reading
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Global Genes Provides Over $100,000 in Scholarships
Global Genes, the leading global advocacy non-profit organization for patients and families fighting rare and genetic diseases, today… Continue Reading
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Here Goes Hannah! Girl Heads to NIH For Treatment of Giant Axonal Neuropathy
12-year-old from Clifton Park heading to National Institute of Health for potential life-saving treatment Hannah Sames, 12, embarks on the… Continue Reading
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Pompe Diagnosis Brings Relief After One Woman’s Long Search
On July 10, 2015, I was diagnosed with Pompe Disease. Pompe is a rare, multisystem genetic disorder that is characterized by absence or… Continue Reading
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The National Institute for Health Releases Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2016-2020
The plan focuses on four essential, interdependent objectives that will help guide NIH’s priorities over the next five years as it pursues… Continue Reading
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NIH Releases Statement on the FY2016 Omnibus Bill
“On December 18th, President Barack Obama signed into law the FY2016 Omnibus Bill, giving the National Institutes of Health a much needed… Continue Reading
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PTC Therapeutics and Massachusetts General Hospital Collaborate on Rare Disease Research
PTC Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: PTCT) has entered into a research collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH, a Partners… Continue Reading