OFXW research partner leads new clinical trial for children with fragile X
According to a recent article from FRAXA Research Foundation, Our Fragile X World partner Dr. Elizabeth Berry-Kravis is starting a new study for children with fragile X. Dr. Berry-Kravis is a well-recognized fragile X researcher and leads a fragile X clinic at Rush University Medical Center. This large-scale clinical trial will recruit children with fragile X ages 3 to 6 years old. The study will use an innovative design, combining both a treatment drug and a 6-month intensive language intervention. The drug, called AFQ056, is made by Novartis.
Read the full article, including an interview with Dr. Berry-Kravis.
We're looking forward to hearing more about the study and learning how it might inform care for people with fragile X.
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