TBC1D24 in 2023 – a mother and researcher’s perspective 

TBC1D24. Yes, our last blog post regarding TBC1D24 was published in 2015, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t still thinking about this elusive gene and its wide phenotypic spectrum. Today we provide an update from Joeylynn – a new research coordinator in the Helbig lab, a health care provider, co-creator of the TBC1D24 Family Foundation, and most importantly, the mother of a child with TBC1D24

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