Fragile X syndrome

Early Developments magazine devotes an entire issue to Fragile X Syndrome: a chronology of research discoveries about Fragile X, screening newborns for FXS, addressing behavior challenges, and speech-language development. (posted December 28, 2011)http://www.fpg.unc.edu/~ncedl/PDFs/ED8_2.pdf … [Read more...]

GEMSS: Genetic resources for educators

Approximately 1 in every 20 children nationwide has a genetic or metabolic condition like Down syndrome, fragile X syndrome, sickle cell disease, or Phenylketonuria (PKU). The Genetics Education Materials for School Success (GEMSS) website provides educators, other school personnel, and parents with a “one-stop shop” of useful tools and tips for support of students with genetic conditions throughout the school day. Each condition and its symptoms … [Read more...]

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