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Attending your first conference – it will be more positive than you think

By Heather B I attended an ANUK Conference for the first time in 2014. My daughter was diagnosed with aniridia at 5 weeks old, she is now 3 years old so I had managed to avoid the conference for 2 years. I knew … Continue reading

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Meet-up in Newcastle

From 5pm 9 May 2015 Rendezvous Bar, County Hotel, Neville Street, Newcastle-Upon-Type, NE1 5DF Everyone affected by aniridia: patients, relatives, doctors, teachers etc was invited to join us in to find out more about each other and discuss aniridia related topics. … Continue reading

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Milton Keynes meet-up

We met on met to discuss aniridia and celebrate Rare Disease Day 2015 at Whetherspoons at XScape, Milton Keynes. We had a great evening talking about dealing with school, doctor and even being a stuntman while having aniridia. If you want to meet more … Continue reading

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Invitation to aniridia youth summer camp 2015 in Italy

Registration deadline 1 February 2015 Aged 15-25 and have aniridia? Parent or sibling of such a person? You are invited to a fabulous activity holiday in Italy with 80 others from around Europe. The camp will run 4-14 August 2015 and will … Continue reading

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Emerging molecular therapies for aniridia presentation

Session at Aniridia Network UK Conference 2014 By: Professor Colin E. Willoughby The first part of this talk introduced the genetics of aniridia and in particular, the underlying molecular mechanisms, as this will form the basis to understand the developments in … Continue reading

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Protected: Mark and Harry: Our Journey With Aniridia presentation

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