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2009 Science Report on Genetic Disease Released by Cystinosis Research Foundation
Date:3/9/2009

Researchers of the genetic disease Cystinosis report encouraging news. The Cystinosis Research Foundation has published the third edition of its Science Report, which is designed to provide updates on cystinosis research under way and includes new abstracts of the 12 cystinosis grants issued in 2008. Cystinosis is a rare and fatal metabolic genetic disease that afflicts about 2,000 children worldwide. The CRF Science Report is available at www.cystinosisresearch.org

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) March 9, 2009 -- Researchers of the genetic disease Cystinosis report encouraging news. The Cystinosis Research Foundation has published the third edition of its Science Report, which is designed to provide updates on cystinosis research under way and includes new abstracts of the 12 cystinosis grants issued in 2008. Cystinosis is a rare, genetic and slowly fatal metabolic disease that afflicts about 2,000 children worldwide. The CRF Science Report is available at www.cystinosisresearch.org.

The CRF research teams working on a cure for cystinosis continue to report encouraging news. The research undertaken has "significantly changed the course of cystinosis research and we are moving closer to our mission: to find improved cystinosis treatments and a cure for cystinosis," said Nancy Stack, president of CRF.

The Cystinosis Research Foundation was formed in 2003 and has raised $9.3 million, all of which is committed for medical research. The CRF is the largest fund provider of cystinosis research in the world. Currently, the CRF is funding 25 cystinosis research studies
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