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This article is dedicated to discussing the H1N1 (Swine Flu) that's going around globally. Unfortunately there are no known information about this vir...
The following protocol is given to the parents of MSUD patients who are followed at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A., as ...
Human amnion epithelial (hAE) stem cell transplant significantly improves phenotype and survival in a murine model of intermediate maple syrup urine d...
February 24th, 2010. Dr. Brendan Lee discuss the effects of Buphenyl (Sodium Phenylbutyrate) on MSUD patients. buphenol_768K_Stream Dr. Lee is al...
April 12, 1991 Dear Joyce: Last summer Tom Lundquist, a senior medical student at Johns Hopkins Medical School, and I studied the use of the urine D...
Enos Hoover, the father of Edith Hoover, a 16 year old with MSUD, has been instrumental in starting the Clinic for Special Children. As a member of th...
Amos Fox helped chore as usual on the family farm this summer. It could have been quite different for him and his family if it hadn't been for Dr. Hol...
Sandy Bulcher, Ohio Last month was a trying, yet educational time for our family. Jordan our 4¸ year old son with MSUD was sick from a viral infecti...
I had already started this Newsletter when I talked on the phone with Cliff Webster, the Grandfather of a child with MSUD. I mentioned that Jessica, P...
Presented by Kathy Grange, M.D. - Columbia, MO Chromosomes are made of genes and contain DNA. The location of the genes is random, and the MSUD genes...
Presented by Holmes Morton, M.D. - Strasburg, Pennsylvania Most of what is written about the care of children with MSUD stops at one month of age. Th...
The Norman Burkholder family lives about a 2 hour drive northeast of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The Burkholders are an Old Order Mennonite family with e...
Dr. Susan Winter spoke on the topic "Use of Carnitine in MSUD" at the MSUD Symposium 2002. Dr. Winter is the Medical Director for the Department of Me...
George V. Mazariegos, M.D. Director Pediatric Transplantation Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Since the first successful liver transplantation was ...
Melissa P. Wasserstein, MD Assistant Professor, Human Genetics and Pediatrics Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY Maple syrup urine disease...
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