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Meeting Recording: Effective interventions for rehabilitation following brain tumours and other brain injuries acquired in childhood
In 2020, a meeting was held at the Royal College of Physicians, motivated by the need for collaborative clinical research by healthcare providers and users on the progress of affected children and young people towards active participation in society and a full life as adults.See more
Review: Fragile X Syndrome and Premutation Disorders: New Developments and Treatments Edited by Randi J, Hagerman and Paul J, Hagerman.
Fragile X is best known as the most common single gene cause of intellectual disability and autism. It was identified in 1991 as being caused by a large trinucleotide CGG expansion within the X-linked gene FMR1. In the subsequent decades, the clinical presentations associated with FMR1 CGG expansions have broadened considerably...Read more
Ronald Charles Mac Keith – A Memoir (free ebook)
This reprint of articles from the February 1978 issue of Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology was produced on the occasion of a celebration of Dr Mac Keith's life and work at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Meeting 2007.Read