New Research Could Lead to Improved Tourette Syndrome Treatment
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New Research Could Lead to Improved Tourette Syndrome Treatment

By Lauren Thayer from In The Cloud Copy Tourette syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder that is characterized by involuntary, repetitive movements and vocalizations.  These movements and vocalizations are called…

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One Doctor Helped his Daughter Overcome PANDAS: How Others can do the Same
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One Doctor Helped his Daughter Overcome PANDAS: How Others can do the Same

  In a recent podcast called Functional Medicine Research, Dr. Scott Antoine was interviewed by the podcast hosts about PANDAS. Dr. Antoine is an osteopathic physician who uses a "fully…

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New Comic Book Penned by Teens Urges Kids with Tourette Syndrome to View the Disorder as a Strength
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New Comic Book Penned by Teens Urges Kids with Tourette Syndrome to View the Disorder as a Strength

By Caitlin Seida from In The Cloud Copy If you asked Sarah Baldwin, age 19 and a sophomore at Syracuse University, about the success of the comic book she helped…

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Cannabinoid Pharmaceuticals for Tourette Syndrome and Other Diseases are Making Continued Progress

Therapix Biosciences specializes in cannabinoid pharmaceuticals. Currently, they are working on developing a therapy called tetrahydrocannabinol or THX-110 as a treatment for Tourette syndrome (TS). Additionally, it is being developed…

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First Patient Enrolled in Pediatric Tourette’s Syndrome Clinical Trial

According to a story from BioPortfolio, the biopharmaceutical company Emalex Biosciences, Inc., has recently announced that the very first patient has been signed up for the company's phase 2b clinical…

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At The Crossroads: The Opioid Crisis vs. Brain Implants (A “Pacemaker” for the Brain)

  China’s attempt to stem the tide of drug addiction through brain surgery has been problematic. Yet a recent article in the Himalayan Times reports that six of the eight…

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Loneliness in a Rare Disease Diagnosis: A Different Kind of Co-Morbidity

Rare diseases such as Tourette's syndrome and cystic fibrosis can be, among all of the other challenges that come with their diagnosis, extremely isolating. A recent article on Psychology Today explains…

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Experimental Tourette Syndrome Treatment Displays Potential in Trials So Far
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Experimental Tourette Syndrome Treatment Displays Potential in Trials So Far

According to a story from PR Newswire, the pharmaceutical company Therapix Biosciences recently announced the results of a Phase IIa study for its drug candidate THX-110. The therapy is indicated…

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#Throwback to This Movie Theatre Making Things Right for Boy with Tourettes
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#Throwback to This Movie Theatre Making Things Right for Boy with Tourettes

Last year, then sixteen-year-old Joshua Martineau who has Kabuki syndrome and Tourette syndrome, had a challenging experience at his local Cineplex. According to ChCh, Joshua was excited to celebrate his birthday. He…

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