Researchers identify new cause of inherited neuropathy

Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease is a family of inherited disorders of the peripheral nervous system, affecting approximately one in 2,500 Americans. Its most common iteration, CMT1, comes in many forms, most of which have to date been linked to a small set of causative genes. New research recently uncovered a new genetic cause of CMT1. —> Read More

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