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Defense Department to Support Fragile X Research
Date:12/29/2009

nds and advocates for expanded Fragile X research, supports efforts to bring best medical practices to all impacted patients and their families, and promotes public awareness and education of Fragile X. The NFXF will work closely with the DoD to leverage this new investment in research to accelerate the march toward more effective targeted treatments and eventually a cure for Fragile X.

Through a NFXF sponsored program, since 2004 nearly 1000 grass roots advocates have visited their Members of Congress, advocating for innovative research funding and awareness initiatives.

SOURCE The National Fragile X Foundation


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