Briefly noted

Normally, I don’t get my hopes up about what medicine will ever be able to do for my son’s future. I just focus on education, therapies, and looooooove. But every so often, I read something like this, and I have to admit, I get my hopes up a little. (NB: Fragile X is not my son’s syndrome.)

Researchers, thanks for what you’ve done so far. Now, to work with you!

Rose Woodhouse

Elizabeth Picciuto was born and reared on Long Island, and, as was the custom for the time and place, got a PhD in philosophy. She freelances, mainly about disability, but once in a while about yeti. Mother to three children, one of whom is disabled, two of whom have brown eyes, three of whom are reasonable cute, you do not want to get her started talking about gardening.