Category Archives: NNZ-2566 trial

A Day with Acadia- Part 1: Awareness

This is my last post of Rett syndrome Awareness month. I had hoped to do more, but Rett syndrome made sure a good amount of awareness was happening right at home, but this was going to be the last either … Continue reading

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A Mother Meets a Child She Will Give New Life To

It is no secret that I have high expectations for Trofinetide, I fully expect Katelin will speak; I fully expect her to be able to read and write; I expect that she will be calm, well she is Irish, so … Continue reading

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In the Spotlight!- Dame Margaret Brimble

Soon the Phase III Pivotal trial for Trofinetide will begin. I have a personal goal of full recruitment within three months. That doesn’t mean everyone has started, but that all the spots are ready to be filled. WE CAN MAKE … Continue reading

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Here’s to a New Year and a New Hope

This will be my last post of the year!   I’m feeling particularly retrospective at this time, this year. Facebook has reminded me on an almost daily basis since November of Katelin’s participation in the Adult trial (Phase II of … Continue reading

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A Body Bound by a Brain #3

Oh, don’t us parents, all of us, just get so excited when our babies pass milestones- the first smile, the first laugh, the first time rolling over, the first step, the first word. The first word. That brilliant first word, … Continue reading

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Getting a Glimpse of the Emerald City

I woke today from a nightmare, that Katie had died. That she didn’t make it to when Trofinetide was available. I watched as she slipped away, Fox laying on her chest, going up and down and then he stopped. This nightmare … Continue reading

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My Heart is in Her Hands

                                                                This is an updated post from two years ago.   Fact: Abnormal hand movements. As the disease progresses, children with Rett syndrome typically develop their own particular hand patterns, which may include hand wringing, squeezing, clapping, tapping or rubbing.(Taken from … Continue reading

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