Patient care & support

Duchenne UK CEO takes part in female carrier workshop

Not much is known about the health states of carriers of the Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) gene – whether it is mothers or siblings who carry the gene. Similarly, not much is known about what’s known as manifesting carriers: typically girls or women who carry the gene and display symptoms of DMD, without having the full disease.

Duchenne UK CEO Emily Crossley took part in a scientific workshop to try to understand more about being a carrier of the DMD gene, and help to address the unmet needs of this patient group. Find out more and read the report from the workshop here.

Published on 23 September 2021

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