Because Cockayne Syndrome is so rare and the families are spread so wide it is very rare that they get a chance to meet, and also to speak to medical professionals from around the world.
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Cockayne Syndrome
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The 21-year-old suffers from Cockayne Syndrome which is characterised by growth failure, movement disorders and shortened life expectancy.
He was the only child in Wales with the most severe form of genetically inherited Cockayne Syndrome - a premature ageing disorder of which he had the most severe strain.
00 Hardcover Medical intelligence unit RB155 Cockayne syndrome (CS) is a rare autosomal genetic disorder that was first identified almost 62 years ago.
Leiden, The Netherlands) was awarded "Orphan Drug" designation for its treatment of Cockayne Syndrome.
Amy Garton-Hughes, 17, is among only a handful of people who suffer from Cockayne Syndrome in Ireland and the UK.
Amy suffers from Cockayne Syndrome Type Three which means her body is ageing at frightening speed.
Cultured Cockayne syndrome cells are defective in transcriptioncoupled repair of oxidative DNA damage (19, 20).