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Jun022014

Research Opportunity at 1p36 DSA conference

The attendees of the 1p36 DSA Annual conference have a wonderful opportunity to help with research involving 1p36 Deletion Syndrome. Genetic Counseling student Cassandra Bac in coordination with Dr. Robert Hopkin and Cinicannati Children's Hospital Division of Human Genetics, Heart Institute and the Division of Speech-Language Pathology are conducting a study about the speech and Heart function of people with 1p36 Deletion Syndrome during the annual conference in Mason, OH July 17-20, 2014.

Complete information about the study can be found by downloading the study information sheet at here You may also contact Cassie Bac at cassandra.bac@cchmc.org, If you are interested in participating in the study please contact Cassie at the above email.

1p36 DSA does not specifically endorse any specific research project but we do encourage families to look over this research opportunity to see if it is something they would like to participate in. The more our 1p36 community is involved in and supportive of research, the more the medical community can learn about 1p36 Deletion syndrome.

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