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The NFXF Blog


Shining a Light on NFXF’s Global Impact

By |Jul 29, 2020|

In 2019, Dr. Tabatadze and her colleagues ─ a small team of doctors ─ established the first local Fragile X laboratory in Georgia. They conducted a pilot study and tested 250 patients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and intellectual disabilities; the study yielded 11 positive results for Fragile X.

Getting Comfortable Wearing a Mask

By |Jul 29, 2020|

Real-life tips from a mom, Jayne Dixon Weber, who’s already going through this with her own son, plus a a quick video from Rebecca Shaffer to guide you through the process of getting your child comfortable wearing a mask.

2020 Fragile X Awareness Packets

By |Jul 1, 2020|

July is National Fragile X Awareness Month. To help you raise awareness we pulled together some materials that are free to download and use: posters, Zoom backgrounds, coloring sheets, flyer, and “Know Me” cards.

Zynerba Announces Results from CBD Gel Clinical Trial

By |Jun 30, 2020|

"These top-line data show promise for Zygel in some individuals with Fragile X syndrome. We look forward to seeing the next steps taken by Zynerba, and continue to be thankful for their thoughtful partnership and dedication to bettering the lives of those living Fragile X.” —Linda Sorensen, NFXF Executive Director

PIXI Study: Parent-Infant Fragile X Intervention

By |Jun 9, 2020|

RTI International and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are conducting an early intervention study to learn about the best ways to support early development in infants identified with the full mutation of Fragile X. Babies 0–9 months old with the full mutation, and their caregivers, may be eligible to participate.

NFXF 2020 Virtual Graduation Ceremony

By |Jun 6, 2020|

To honor all Fragile X self-advocates and siblings who are being promoted/graduating in 2020, we held a virtual graduation ceremony. Gregg Harper, former Member of Congress from Mississippi and a Fragile X dad, gave a commencement address. 

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