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Network of experts join forces to fight rare disease
GeneticsNetwork of experts join forces to fight rare disease

Support from a network of leading researchers across Europe specialised in a rare auto-immune disease with unmet medical needs could help test several novel treatments

Twins help progress and diagnosis of rare Myasthenia
GeneticsTwins help progress and diagnosis of rare Myasthenia

Myasthenia Gravis is a rare autoimmune disease which leads to a fatigability of various muscles. Scientists know about the progress and symptoms, but not the actual cause of this disease. Now fourteen pairs of identical twins joined the EU funded medical project “Fight-MG”, to help find the cause and for a better treatment of the patients.

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Twins help progress and diagnosis of rare Myasthenia
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Myasthenia Gravis is a rare autoimmune disease which leads to a fatigability of various muscles.
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