In my role as a genetic counselor, I frequently meet with women who have Fragile X pre- or full mutations. Most of these women are typically functioning mothers who found out about their own Fragile X mutations only after they had a child affected by Fragile X syndrome. Whether they have pre- or full mutations,
Posted on September 8, 2017
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FXCRC and Clinics / Treatment and Intervention
The Guidelines represent expert consensus and not evidence-based studies. The clinical committee of the Fragile X Clinical & Research Consortium (FXCRC) could be thought of as a “consensus panel” since virtually every clinician in the USA seeing and managing a large number of patients with Fragile X syndrome and other Fragile X-associated Disorders is represented.