Up to 1 in 3 people with cerebral palsy may have the condition due to an underlying genetic cause, suggests a study being presented at the National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) Conference.
ABC WJLA’s coverage of $1 million donation benefiting The Focus Foundation’s research into rare childhood disorder:
The anonymous donor, “Pine” has donated $1 million dollars worth of Bitcoin to increase World Wide awareness and Improved Care of Children with X and Y Chromosomal Variations to a local non-profit organization.
“One in 500 male babies is born with a second X chromosome, a condition known as Klinefelter syndrome. The vast majority of these boys develop language-related learning disabilities and dyslexia….” March 1, 2003, by Willow Lawson Read More
The Capital (Annapolis, Maryland): “No one understands how capable they are: Local doctor devotes career to helping children with sex chromosome disorders”
July 24, 2008, by Theresa Winslow Read More
October 2, 2008, by Deirdre Cox Baker (Davenport, Iowa)
Robots can already perform surgery and track your meds. Now, new models aim to provide therapy and support, March 10, 2009, by Anita Slomski. (This article also appeared in the Winter 2009 issue of Proto, a magazine published by Massachusetts General Hospital.) Read More
“CosmoBot, Summer 2009” (in English) “CosmoBot, Spring 2009” (in Spanish)
November 2, 2009, by Jerome Groopman Read More
December 8, 2009, by Alice Park Read More In addition to leading The Focus Foundation, Dr. Samango-Sprouse served on the steering committee of the Autism Genetic Resource Exchange, the organization featured in the Top 10 as well as in the article Autism Linked to Genes That Govern How the Brain is Wired, April 28, 2009,…