Seeing through a forest of SCN2A variation

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Last summer, the FamilieSCN2A Foundation held their biennial SCN2AProfessional and Family meeting, in Seattle, Washington. The gathering brought together 37 families of individuals with mutations in the SCN2A gene, 60 scientists, eight clinicians and five industry groups. These meetings help families connect with others similarly affected as well as professionals working to better understand these conditions — which include epilepsy and autism — and develop new therapeutics.

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