Angelman Announcements March 2013

Republic family experiences Angelman syndrome – 21 March 2013 –  At 13 months old, third-grader Dylan Riley was diagnosed with Angelman syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects the nervous system

 Meet the Orth kids, class of 2013 –  03/20/2013   2013 Tim Orth Memorial Foundation recipient Mason Brink shares a good laugh with his mother, Sara Schwarzrock, recently. The 10-year-old Hutchinson boy has lived his entire life with the genetic disorder known as Angelman syndrome.

 Side-effect means sufferers are left almost permanently laughing or smiling – March 14 2013 –  James was born with Angelman syndrome – a chromosome disorder which causes severe learning difficulties. And the rare neurological condition has a side-effect that means sufferers tend to be easily excited and are left almost

 

 

 

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Live in Christchurch New Zealand with my family, Catholic, interested in music historic Fiction, Angelman Syndrome Awareness
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