Kabuki Syndrome Receives Recognition in Italy

Updated: Feb 11, 2020


While Kabuki syndrome is a rare disease, it's gained more traction recently. There are research studies being done in the US, and doctors from around the world are collaborating. Sharing information is vital to the success of doctors in treating any syndrome, and Kabuki is no different. Today, the day before Rare Disease Day, Kabuki syndrome was recognized in Italy. Please check out the story about Flavia Gori!

http://www.sindromekabuki.it/kabuki-la-maschera-giapponese-che-da-il-nome-alla-malattia/

***If you don't know Italian, right click anywhere on the page and select "Translate to English." The translation is a little rough, but you'll get the idea!***

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