Home

general

Romi’s concert for Rett

After the success of last year's Romi's Concert for Rett, committed Reverse Rett fundraiser and Romi's Uncle, Colin Gordon, decided to do it all over again with a little help from his friends.

The gig was again held at the Caves in Edinburgh and...

Cognitive Function in Rett Syndrome: Where are we at?

By Dr. J Singh, MSc, PhD

How do we measure cognition? Typically, standardized tests which require verbal responses can be used. As a young child I had first-hand experience of these tests. My communication was severely limited and so I was exposed...

AveXis Reports on Rett Gene Therapy Program

In June of 2017 AveXis announced that based on encouraging data generated by RSRT’s Gene Therapy Consortium it would advance the lead MECP2 gene therapy candidate toward clinical trials.

On 28th February 2018 the company provided an update on its...

Rare Disease Day: Only you

By Rachael Stevenson

It’s International Rare Disease Day today and the theme this year is research. Research is important to anyone affected by a rare disease and anyone affected knows why. Only research will ultimately bring about treatments and...

Page 1 of 22 pages