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Clinical guidance published

We are delighted to announce that the clinical guidance document on diagnosing and treating A-T in children has been published. This is the first ever guidance document specifically aimed at doctors and therapists treating children with A-T.

The document provides guidance on how often children should be seen, how they should be assessed and what the most appropriate treatments are. The guidance comes from the experts at the Nottingham clinic, as well as Prof Malcolm Taylor and two world-leading cancer experts from the USA.

For more information and to see the guidance, click on the image above.

Focus on improving health in Nijmegen

The A-T clinical research conference 2014, which concluded on Saturday in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, was considered by all its participants to have been a great success.

The conference had a strong clinical focus, with lots of opportunity for doctors and therapists to share experiences and discuss how to improve clinical care.

To read more, click the picture above.

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The first A-T Society Calendar is available now.  We have limited numbers, so order yours very soon!

It was created with the help of 20 Sqn. Royal Logistics Corps and the amazing children and families who live with A-T.

All proceeds of the Calendar will go to medical research into treatments and a cure for Ataxia-Telangiectasia.

We love it and we hope you will too!

Order your calendar here

Read how the calendar was made.

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