Remote Collection for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Research

People with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) suffer from a range of muscular issues, including a loss of motor, pulmonary, and cardiac functions, which eventually leads to death. Early signs of the disease include developmental delays, enlarged calf muscles, a waddling gait, generalized muscle weakness, and difficulty performing physical activities. DMD is normally diagnosed in early childhood, and patients often lose their ability to walk near age 12. Patients commonly succumb to the disease in their early to mid-twenties.

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