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The Rett-002 study is now open for enrollment. Eight sites have been initiated and are now recruiting. For more information about the trial, study locations and how to register your interest visit www.rettstudy.com.
Twelve clinic sites of the fourteen are now enrolling and conducting study visits. We encourage you to contact the clinic site that you’re interested in enrolling with. Visit our website for more information about this important study.
Thank you to everyone that had a part in making the LA Feast & Fundraiser Benefiting Rettsyndrome.org such a success! We were blown away by the support, awareness and funds that were raised Saturday night in LA. There is still time to bid on items from the Silent Auction. See the items here.
Join us for the 14th Rettsyndrome.org Rett Syndrome Symposium June 22-24, 2016 and the 32nd Family Conference June 24-26. Both events will take place at Eaglewood Resort and Spa in Itasca, Illinois. Registration closes June 17th.
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