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BMJ journal “Archives of Disease in Childhood” publishes education and practice notes on Creatine Kinase, including its role in signposting GSDs.read more
Recent sales in Eastern Europe and the Middle East mean “The McArdle Disease Handbook” has reached patients and professionals in 30 countries.read more
Hampshire village of Buriton holds art-trail for local artists to showcase their talents, and raises £400 for AGSD-UK.read more
A paper in the journal “Human Molecular Genetics” reviews the development of gene therapy for glycogen storage diseases.read more
“So Chocolate Bar” – 6 years later and one boy’s idea to help his friend with GSD1b is leading to scientific breakthroughs.read more
Ultragenyx and Arcturus announce expansion of their research collaboration to develop gene therapies for rare diseases.read more
We have introduced a number of new features on the web site this year. Here is the low down.read more
Twin boys born with GSD1a and 8 year old big sister Amy organised a school Fun Run to help fund research.read more
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