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James @ National Institutes of Health

Introduction Earlier this year I travelled to the USA to take part in medical research related to aniridia. It and the accompanying holiday was a very special experience. Background National Institutes of Health The National Institutes of Health in the … Continue reading

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Going to a work place party

Last Friday I attended an event organised and funded by the trustees of the charity I work for. The event was a 2 course dinner followed by a prize raffle and disco. The dress code was ‘dress to impress’. Before … Continue reading

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Protected: At school with aniridia

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Andrew’s Central Auditory Processing Disorder

I was born with congenital aniridia (sporadic) and nystagmus. At school I struggled and was regarded as being dyslexic. Then after leaving school and going to college I was told that I was not dyslexic. I could not understand why this was, but … Continue reading

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Central Auditory Processing Disorder presentation

Central Auditory Processing Disorder ([C]APD) affects learning has been linked to the same gene which causes aniridia. Expert Dr Doris Bamiou talked and answered questions about it at our 2011 conference. Below are the slides and a recording of her … Continue reading

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Taking part in research into aniridia, hearing and memory

In the Summer 2010 Aniridia Network UK newsletter there was a call to take part in research into the effect of the aniridia gene (PAX6) on the parts of the brain that deal with hearing and memory. Having done some … Continue reading

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