Written by Rohan Narayanan on August 3, 2022
Wasilla, Alaska, August 3, 2022—All Things Kabuki and the National Organization for Rare Disorders, Inc. have launched a study with global reach to research Kabuki syndrome, which causes a variety of complications which may include mild to moderate intellectual impairment, growth delay, skeletal abnormalities, heart defects, hearing impairment, hypotonia,… Read More
Written by Valaree DonFrancesco on April 19, 2022
Clayton, MO, April 19, 2022 —Today, April 19, 2022, The Snow Foundation for Wolfram Syndrome Research and the National Organization for Rare Disorders, Inc. launched the largest-ever study to research Wolfram syndrome, a disease that causes diabetes insipidus, diabetes mellitus, optic atrophy, and deafness as well as various other possible… Read More
Written by Valaree DonFrancesco on November 18, 2021
Reading, PA, November 18, 2021—Today, the Gorlin Syndrome Alliance (GSA) and the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)® launched the largest-ever study to research Gorlin syndrome, a rare disease that currently has no cure.
The new study, the Gorlin Syndrome Alliance Patient Registry (GSAPR), creates a platform for patients around the… Read More
Written by Rohan Narayanan on September 22, 2021
Research study is open to participants worldwide to advance understanding and treatments for TBRS, a mutation of DNMT3A, causing overgrowth, autism, intellectual disabilities, orthopedic concerns, cardiac issues, and a variety of other health and developmental concerns.
Stanfordville, New York, September 21 — Tatton Brown Rahman Syndrome Community and the National Organization… Read More
Written by Rohan Narayanan on August 16, 2021
Research study is open to participants worldwide to advance understanding and treatments for Metachromatic Leukodystrophy, a recessive genetic disorder that is characterized by the accumulation of fats (lipids) called sulfatides causing damage to the nervous system
Washington, DC, August 16, 2021—Cure MLD, an initiative of The Calliope Joy Foundation, and the… Read More