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Cure Research for Fragile-X Syndrome

Latest Treatments for Fragile-X Syndrome

Some of the more recent treatments for Fragile-X Syndrome include:

Cure Research discussion for Fragile-X Syndrome:

A similar nucleotide repeat expansion is seen in other diseases, such as Huntington disease. Research in mice has proven helpful in elucidating some of the mechanisms that cause the instability of this gene. Our methods for identifying carriers of Fragile X syndrome have also improved, and further research will help people carrying "premutations" to avoid having children who have a larger expansion (i.e. more CGG repeats) in FMR1, and therefore suffer from Fragile X syndrome. (Source: Genes and Disease by the National Center for Biotechnology)

Clinical Trials for Fragile-X Syndrome

Some of the clinical trials for Fragile-X Syndrome include:

Evidence Based Medicine Research for Fragile-X Syndrome

Medical research papers related to Fragile-X Syndrome include:

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