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by GingerD

We will announce information on upcoming teleconferences  as well as post previous calls here. Check back regularly.

 

Mar 02, 2011 Comments: 0
by GingerD

April 2014 Teleconference Written By:  Alyssa Davi

April 8th, 2014

April’s teleconference was a review of drugs with known mitochondrial toxicity. 

Apr 06, 2014 Comments: 0
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January 2014 TeleconferenceWritten By:  Alyssa Davi

January 14th, 2014

January’s teleconference was a literature review of research taking place in Dr. Richard Frye's lab at Arkansas Children’s Hospital Research Institute.  Dr. Frye is a neurologist and over the last few years has published a much-needed body of research on children with autism spectrum disorder. 

Jan 14, 2014 Comments: 0
by GingerD

October 2013 Teleconference Written By: Alyssa Davi

October 8th, 2013 October’s teleconference was an informal discussion about supplemental creatine use in children with mitochondrial disease, creatine disorders and autism spectrum disorder.

Oct 08, 2013 Comments: 0
by GingerD

January 2013 Teleconference Written By: Alyssa Davi January 8th, 2013 January’s teleconference was an informal discussion about "sick protocols" and management strategies for dehydration and fever in kids who have autism and overlapping mitochondrial disease.

Jan 07, 2013 Comments: 0
by GingerD

February 2012 TeleconferenceWritten By: Alyssa DaviFebruary 14, 2012February's teleconference was an opportunity for families to call in and ask theirquestions regarding autism and mitochondrial disease meet other families withdiagnosed children and gain valuable accurate information. Below is a list of somequestions asked by callers and responses provided by Cristy Balcells, Kathy Rivers andAlyssa Davi.Question #1-Can you tell me what baseline genetic tests should be done for a child with

Apr 05, 2012 Comments: 0
by GingerD

Join us Tuesday, April 10, for an informal discussion about folate disorders, inborn errors of folate metabolism, cerebral folate receptor autoantibodies, autism and mitochondrial dysfunction.

What do we know about disorders of folate and inborn errors of folate?

What do we know about folate polymorphisms and autism?

What new research has recently emerged regarding folate and autism?

Mar 07, 2012 Comments: 0
by GingerD

Written By: Alyssa Davi

January 10, 2012 January's teleconference was an opportunity for families to call in and ask their questions regarding autism and mitochondrial disease, meet other families with diagnosed children and gain valuable accurate information. Below is a list of some questions asked by callers and responses provided by Cristy Balcells and Alyssa Davi. Question #1-

Feb 07, 2012 Comments: 0
by GingerD

Written By: Alyssa Davi and Kathy RiversOctober 11, 2011October's teleconference was an opportunity for families to call in and ask their questionsregarding autism and mitochondrial disease, meet other families with diagnosed children andgain valuable accurate information. Below is a list of some questions asked by callers andresponses provided by Cristy Balcells, Kathy Rivers and Alyssa Davi.Question #1-I am having difficulty finding a physician to evaluate my child with autism for mitochondrial

Nov 09, 2011 Comments: 0

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