FAST Supports Work Into Data Gained in 2 Natural History Studies

FAST Supports Work Into Data Gained in 2 Natural History Studies

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FAST Supports Work Into Data Gained in 2 Natural History Studies

A new collaboration will help to speed the analysis, correlation, and publication of data sets from an ongoing natural history study, and a previous similar study in people with Angelman syndrome (AS). The ongoing study (NCT04507997), funded by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, is looking to enroll up to 150 patients of all ages — children through adults — and is still recruiting at seven U.S. sites. The natural history study that ran from 2006 to 2014…

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