MDF is pleased to announce the launch of a new program, MDF DM Days. These special one-day free events will be held in three locations across the U.S. in 2017, bringing together clinicians, researchers and MDF community members to share information and resources.
Epigenetic modifications upstream of an expanded DMPK allele may underlie the maternal bias in the inheritance of CDM.
A multi-center study suggests serum cardiac troponin-1 levels predict risks of left ventricular dysfunction in DM1 patients.
A potentially revolutionary technology may allow development of a drug for DM that can correct a patient’s DNA by selectively removing the expanded CTG and CCTG repeats in DM1 and DM2, respectively.
Clinical trials involve substantial investments by drug developers, but especially by DM patients and families. Clinical trials proposed for our community must have adequate scientific rationale behind them.