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Are you considering genetic testing?

 From Child Neurology Foundation

Are you considering genetic testing? Do you have unanswered questions about how genetic testing may help you and your child find a diagnosis?

As you may know, every year we focus on a specific topic that impacts the entire child neurology community. And 2020 is all about Shortening the Diagnostic Odyssey (read more about it here). 

As part of this initiative, we're looking at genetic testing and the role it can play in shortening the diagnostic odyssey. 

Check out our new infographic guide to genetic testing for some of the answers to your questions - scroll down to see the information sheet below or download a printable PDF copy here.

This information sheet will be shared during the upcoming, one-hour webinar about “The Role of Genetic Testing to Shorten the Diagnostic Odyssey” which provides more in-depth information about genetic testing and the role it can play in shortening the diagnostic odyssey. 

The webinar is Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020 at 3 p.m. ET –  last chance to sign up here!

If you can't make the live event, register and a link to the recording will be shared afterwards. 

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