Healthy Living: New Drug Providing Hope for Kids with Rett Syndrome

You watched your child hit all of their milestones: crawling, walking and even babbling their first words.

But then, as they continue to grow, they start rapidly losing their coordination, ability to speak and the use of their hands. This is what happens to children with Rett Syndrome.

It’s a rare genetic neurological and development disorder that currently has no cure. But a new drug up for FDA approval is providing families with much needed hope.

Andrea Ludema explains more in today’s Healthy Living.

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