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Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) is a rare, rapidly progressing, degenerative brain disorder that typically occurs in mid-life. We are enrolling patients and families to identify genetic changes associated with MSA.
Small cell carcinoma of the ovary (SCCO) is an aggressive form of ovarian cancer that affects adolescent girls and young women. We seek to identify the genetic basis of the disease and develop an effective treatment for it.
TGen is looking for individuals who currently play or have previously played, a contact sport, or who have previously played a non-contact sport, with particular emphasis on former NFL players.
You can help be part of the solution to solving this mystery!
A child diagnosed today with DIPG faces the same prognosis as a child diagnosed 40 years ago. The lack of progress on DIPG is due to a lack of tumor tissue available for study and a lack of research funding. To TGen, this is unacceptable.
TGen, the Translational Genomics Research Institute, is a nonprofit biomedical research institute, headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. Principal investigator, Dr. Winnie Liang, from TGen is working with collaborators from the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture (PIHMA) and Barrow Neurological Institute on an Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) study.
Scientific research has shown that routine blood work can held identify changes in health. So wouldn’t it make sense then that having a way to identify these changes more rapidly and more often would lead to a healthier lifestyle?