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Scientists are close to understanding what causes Warburg Micro,  a Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia called SPG69. Give our children a chance, fund drug discovery.

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UCD Researchers awarded grant to study WMS

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Types of Hereditary Spastic Paraplegias

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To Fund Drug Discovery for SPG69

The Warburg Micro Research Foundation announces

the Natural history study

This study is tracking the natural course of the disease over time. It’s also looking for important biomarkers that tell us about severity.

If your loved one has been diagnosed with Warburg Micro SPG69, please contact Boston Children’s. To learn more click here. Ready to join? Click below.

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Warburg Micro is a complicated form of hereditary spastic paraplegia.

Symptoms include: cataracts, low vision, developmental delay, missed milestones like walking and talking, progressing spasticity, and feeding issues.
The University of Dublin has partnered with The Warburg Micro Research Foundation to provide plain English abstracts of important research papers. Want to understand more about the disorder?
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