Patients and families dealing with the rare, debilitating disease Friedreich’s Ataxia showed their true strength at the 10th Annual Friedreich’s Ataxia Symposium held in King of Prussia, Pa. The FA community is a steadfast supporter of research, and they have been gathering for a decade to spend a day with each other building friendships and learning the most up-to-date information on the therapeutic approaches and scientific studies being conducted in the field of FA.
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August is perfect for lazy summer days, but our pediatric research news never rests. So whether you’re lounging by the pool or relaxing in a shady hammock, pull up In the News to find out the science that is hot at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
One of the things that is so exciting about research at CHOP is that our researchers are working to improve the health and lives of children in such a broad range of ways.
Looking at ways to improve children’s health from different perspectives is what pediatric research at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is all about. Take a look at three examples in this week’s In the News.
A new approach being developed at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania could allow investigators to know within days if a chosen therapy reverses the intracellular mechanisms that go awry in Friedreich’s Ataxia (FA), a genetic mitochondrial disease
Three longtime allies have joined forces to create the new Penn Medicine/CHOP Friedreich’s Ataxia Center of Excellence.