Disorders of sleep and breathing are well characterized for DM1, but what about DM2?
A new review looks at the opportunities and hurdles for genome editing in neuromuscular disease.
Respiratory dysfunction in DM1 draws new attention.
Daily activities and social participation are assessed in a longitudinal study of DM1.
Dr. Melissa Dixon at the University of Utah Department of Pediatrics is conducting a study to learn more about how congenital myotonic dystrophy (CDM) and childhood-onset myotonic dystrophy affect thinking, memory, attention, brain function, and how these processes change over time.
It was more than five years ago when Jeremy Kleiber went to check on a friend who wasn’t answering his found. He discovered his friend’s body with the man’s three-year-old daughter on his chest, crying for him to wake up.
A large natural history study of children with DM1 may form the background for subsequent development of evidence-based case management guidance.
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