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As we learn more about CDKL5, we find that there is an array of ways that this gene mutation presents itself. Some features are closely associated with other neurological disorders, such as Rett Syndrome (RTT), Infantile Spasms(ISSX), West Syndrome, Lennox-Gastaut (LGS), Early onset Epilepsy of Infancy, and Autism. 


We have included links to other websites where you can go to learn more about your child’s seizures and other related disorders.
 

CDKL5 Supporting Organizations

Caley J. Brown Foundation

Supporting CDKL5

CDKL5 UK

CDKL5 Netherlands

CDKL5 Netherlands Community

CDKL5 Canada

Associazione CDKL5

 L'Albero di Greta ONLUS - Associazione Italiana CDKL5

CDKL5 Japan

 

Rare Disease Networks and Genetic Support

National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)

National Institute of Health (NIH) 

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

NIH Office of Rare Diseases

Global Genes Project

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

The Association of Genetic Support Australasia (AGSA)

Genetic Alliance

Invitae Diagnostic Testing Panel

 

Epilepsy, Infantile Spasms, West Syndrome

Epilepsy Foundation

Epilepsy Society (UK)

CURE: Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy

People Against Childhood Epilepsy (PACE)

 

Rett Syndrome and Rett Related Disorders

RettSyndrome.org

Rett Syndrome Research Trust

Rocky Mountain Rett Association (RMRA)

Rett UK

International FOXG1Foundation

MECP2 Duplication Syndrome

 

Autism

Autism Speaks 

National Autism Association   

 

Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS)

LGS Foundation 

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Epilepsy Therapy Project's mission is to accelerate ideas into new therapies for people with epilepsy and seizures. In 2003, ETP launched www.epilepsy.com; a dynamic online resource whose mission is to inform and empower people with epilepsy and families facing newly diagnosed epilepsy, or those struggling with epilepsy that has resisted the usual treatments. Epilepsy.com has developed into the leading online resource worldwide for information about epilepsy, seizures and treatments both available and in the development pipeline.

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