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THIS IS US! I don’t often share our private battle but it’s KCNQ2 awareness week March 1-7 and I want to be a part of the movement. So what is KCNQ2? It’s a severe rare epileptic disorder, but honestly, it’s different for every afflicted person, and family. So, what is KCNQ2 to Nolan? It is…

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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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KCNQ2 author Krystal Givens

Jake KCNQ2

Q&A with Krystal Givens, author of: A Song for Someone Special What a journey to write a book! How did you go about writing, illustrating, publishing and now selling A Song for Someone Special? I always sing to my babies when they are little and I had been singing this song to Jake and my…

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Parents connecting in Germany

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The KCNQ2 community is growing rapidly due to better awareness by doctors, parents, and our international foundation. We know that getting answers is crucial for parents, and meeting others with the same diagnosis can be life-changing. After many months and sometimes years of uncertainty we all feel comforted in the knowledge that we are not…

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What’s in a name? KCNQ2 Cure Alliance

2016 summit

What’s in a name? The question sometimes comes up on how you name a foundation started for a condition such as KCNQ2 Encephalopathy. Coming off our third annual Summit, I thought it was timely to reflect on our name and the meaning behind it. Read straight through, it states our mission. KCNQ2. It reflects the…

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