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by GingerD

When parents and doctors work together, the child benefits. Use these resources to educate yourself and your doctor about the link between mitochondrial disease and autism.

 

Mar 02, 2011 Comments: 0
by GingerD

by Cristy Balcells

Jul 12, 2011 Comments: 0
by GingerD

Presented at the 2009 United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation Family SessionWritten By: Kathy Rivers, MD and Carol Greene, MD

May 12, 2011 Comments: 0
by GingerD

 

1.  An excellent provider list of doctors knowledgeable about mitochondrial disease and their hospital affiliation can be found on the Mitochondrial Medicine Society website at www.mitosoc.org.  This list is partial and is a starting point for discussion with your pediatrician about referral to an appropriate specialist.

Feb 04, 2011 Comments: 0
by GingerD

Mitochondrial Oxidative Phosphorylation (OXPHOS) Dysfunction: A newly emerging category of Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Information for Primary Care Physicians

 Compiled By:  Dr. Susan Leib, M.D. and Alyssa Davi (parent/child advocate)

Feb 04, 2011 Comments: 0
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