Category Archives: Dr. Walter Kaufmann

Rett Syndrome is Such a Trial… #1 Anavex 2-73

…and 2019 looks to change that up a bit- Rett Syndrome, so many trials! According to the most recent GP2C newsletter (GirlPower2Cure)there will be at least 7 trials this year, currently in various stages. This is SO exciting! What does … Continue reading

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Hold the Presses-Trofinetide in the News!

The first publication of the Pediatric Trofinetide trial has hit the proverbial newsstand! Neurology.org has published “Double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study of trofinetide in pediatric Rett syndrome” ahead of print. So, it’s hotter than “hot off the press.” So, quick cut … Continue reading

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Let’s Break it Down-4

Well! If the last section was a stormy sea of up and down graphs and whirlpools of numbers, I think we’re in for some smoother sailing now! In the last post, three of the five measurements used in this trial … Continue reading

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And Tomorrow it Begins

Tomorrow starts Rett Syndrome Awareness Month. Needless to say, all around the world parents, researchers, doctors, aides (the lovely ones, like Curry), siblings, grandparents and loved ones are going to bombard their Facebook pages with statistics, symptoms, pictures of purple … Continue reading

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50 Years of Rett syndrome

What I wouldn’t give to be in Vienna right now. You guys in Europe are SO lucky! Today is the last day of the RTT 50.1 conference. What is that? A milestone. 50 years since Dr. Andreas Rett published the … Continue reading

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Conference Post 4-Behavioral Issues…What? Why? and What’s being done.

Dr. Kaufmann’s presentation,”Behavior Issues and Management,” was  a must go to for me. In my previous post, I concentrated on how behavioral issues affect the caregivers and family. Now, I’d like to talk about the key points he made in … Continue reading

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Conference Post 3-It Ain’t all about the Kids.

Dr. Kaufmann (who will be getting a few posts here) gave a presentation about the behavioral issues in Rett children and adults. I’m going to do it in two parts. I can’t find the booklet today that gives the title of … Continue reading

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