Happy St. Patrick’s Day…a Lucky Day for… EVERYONE!

irish katieThe luck of the Irish is spreading for the Rett community. Oh, no, it’s coming from Australia this year.

Neuren Pharmaceuticals Ltd-

* Requests trading halt pending announcement regarding Neuren’s phase 2 clinical trial of Trofinetide in Rett Syndrome.

Yes folks, a trading halt. Watch for results Monday. Tuesday at the latest.

To paraphrase an old Irish blessing…

The road is rising up to meet us, the wind is now at our backs, the sun is shining upon our faces, the rain is falling soft upon our fields and when we meet again, the results will be in!

Now, let’s all go dance a jig. 😉



Katie’s nieces and nephew wishing all a very Happy St. Patrick’s Day!








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2 Responses to Happy St. Patrick’s Day…a Lucky Day for… EVERYONE!

  1. Rose and Renée says:

    Hey Mel
    I just want to take this opportunity to tell you how much we appreciate this trail you take the time to guide us down, and in such a creative way. Let’s face it, all of us hikers have our hands full, some more than other. Not necessarily using our time to look for new information on the trials, not for lack of interest or enthusiasm. Because of you, we get it delivered to us with each update. Hug Katie and thanks for being you.

  2. Tarek Nmer says:

    reading your posts is kind of engorgement and ambition for us, with every word there is a hope and inner peace which makes us strong and confident. our little girls are our lives and with someone giving us the hope that day of little angel celebration is coming, we would go on and on looking to the coming beautiful days and future. your efforts ultimately appreciated and many thanks my dear.
    God bless you and your family.
    Tarek, father of Nay 6 years girl.

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