Cholesterol and Autism – Can Eggs In The Diet Save the Autistic Brain? Will SLOS Provide Clues To Autism?
Will it be the Mom’s and Dad’s with children with autism who will finally help educate the public on how serious cholesterol is when it comes to brain function in children? This week researchers at The Ohio State University Medical Center announced they are studying whether a simple nutritional intervention – adding cholesterol to the [...]
National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) Announced By National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins
The Global Genes Project, a rare disease patient advocacy organization, was invited to present a giant handmade denim genes ribbon to Dr. Francis Collins on February 28 — Rare Disease Day 2011. This year the NIH Office of Rare Disease Research (ORDR) encouraged everyone to wear jeans to show support for the campaign of using [...]
Monday, Feb. 28, is Rare Disease Day 2011. Here is a great story from the Orange County Register, which is helping to raise awareness for rare diseases and our efforts to spread awareness through our blue denim jeans ribbon and “Wear That You Care” campaign. Local advocates looking to kick-start research to help patients with [...]
National Institutes Of Health to Host Rare Disease Day Event; Dr. Francis Collins To Speak; Wear Jeans!
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) will celebrate the 4rd Rare Disease Day on February 28, 2011, with a day-long celebration and recognition of the various rare diseases research activities. The event will be held in the Lipsett Amphitheater from 8:30am to 5:15pm. Dr. Francis Collins is expected to speak. A tentative agenda has been [...]
Why Vote4Hope? How Kickstarting Cures For Rare Disease Through The Pepsi Refresh Project Can Help Kids
Last week, I thought about trying to raise $250k in the Pepsi Refresh Project for The Addi and Cassi Fund and for Niemann Pick Type C disease research but being part of something larger that can make a difference for millions of ‘rare kids’ is important to me. That’s why I decided during the entire [...]