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KCNQ2 Cure Alliance Joins Epilepsy Foundation Research Roundtable

On March 21-22, I had the opportunity to represent the KCNQ2 Cure Alliance at the 2019 Research Roundtable for Epilepsy organized by the Epilepsy Foundation. Now in its fourth year, the annual meeting brings together patient advocacy organizations with leading epilepsy experts from research organizations and pharmaceutical companies with regulators from the Food and Drug…

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Rare Disease Legislative Advocates

Last week I spent two days around the halls of Congress, lobbying as part of the Rare Disease Week activities on Capitol Hill, organized by the Rare Disease Legislative Advocates (RDLA). Each year, hundreds of rare disease advocates from all across the country and all political stripes descend on Washington DC to help lawmakers better…

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AES 2018

AMERICAN EPILEPSY SOCIETY 2018 and KCNQ2 The annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society (AES) is the premier scientific meeting for the physicians, scientists, pharmaceutical industry, and patient groups engaged in epilepsy and related diseases, such as KCNQ2. Our time at the AES meeting in New Orleans this month was a time of learning, seeing…

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Ray Of Hope

When KCNQ2 Mom Holley Moseley decided to write the story of her daughter’s harrowing odyssey from desperately ill child to cheerful teenager, she knew exactly what the title had to be. “She’s my Ray of Hope.” Ray of Hope tells the story of RayAnn Heller, a little girl born with rare genetic epilepsy KCNQ2. RayAnn…

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Healthcare for Disabled Children Secured

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We are so excited to share the tremendous achievement of our own Mark Fitzpatrick of Dublin, Ireland.  Through Mark’s unwavering efforts over nearly three years, he has secured the right to much needed medical care for thousands of Irish children with disabilities.  Thanks to Mark, no new parents in Ireland will have to go through…

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KCNQ2 and Rare Disease Day 2017

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Denver, Colorado The KCNQ2 Cure Alliance celebrated Rare Disease Day 2017 working to improve the lives of our children with efforts on multiple fronts. An international team of parents and KCNQ2 experts met in Denver today to set priorities for the coming year. At the same time, we were well represented in Washington D.C., as…

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