<p>Jess Penhallow, a PhD student, discusses the importance of studying changes with age in genetic syndromes.</p>

Jess Penhallow, a PhD student, discusses the importance of studying changes with age in genetic syndromes.

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Key Fact
Everyone with Cornelia de Lange syndrome is an individual.

Changes with Age in Cornelia de Lange Syndrome


A number of changes with age have been described in individuals with Cornelia de Lange syndrome.  However, to date there is very little published research in this area.  A skills chart is available at the CdLS Foundation website and you can download an accessible summary about changes with age below:

Changes with Age in People with Cornelia de Lange syndrome

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