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KDM5C Registry is now live

In our effort to better understand KDM5C-related disorder, we created the KDM5C Registry:

Our mission is to improve the lives of children, young adults, and families affected by KDM5C-related disease by helping to fund, coordinate, and guide scientific research that leads to a better understanding of how KDM5C mutations affect them. There is still so much we do not understand about the specifics around KDM5C-related disorder. We aim to gather demographic and clinical information on individuals with KDM5C variants in both a centralized and standard format. This is created to serve the parent, patient, physician, and research communities around the world as we strive for a better understanding of KDM5C on the path to finding potential treatments.

Informed consent and study detail documents can be found on this shared folder:

For questions, email

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