Researchers from the University of Rochester recently summarized the “diagnostic odyssey” experienced by a group of 814 individuals with myotonic dystrophy.
Timeline of key discoveries in myotonic dystrophy research since DM was first described in 1909.
Nicholas Johnson, MD, and researchers at the University of Rochester recently published an article in The Journal of Child Neurology that describes the impact of childhood and congenital myotonic dystrophy on quality of life.
We recently talked about the development of Stanford's new Center for DM Care and Research with Dr. John Day, Professor of Neurology and & Neurological Sciences and Director of the Division of Neuromuscular Medicine and Neuromuscular Clinics at Stanford University.
Methylphenidate, a psycho-stimulant drug, also known by its 1948 trademarked name of Ritalin, could be useful in the treatment of excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) for DM1 patients, according to a recent study conducted by The Department of Human Genetics at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Quebec in Quebec City, Canada.