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Pallister-Hall Syndrome

What is Pallister-Hall Syndrome?

Pallister-Hall Syndrome [PHS] is a multiple-anomaly rare genetic disorder caused by mutations in the GLI3 gene, short arm of the 7th Chromosome.

 

Pallister-Hall Syndrome [PHS] is a multiple-anomaly rare genetic disorder caused by mutations in the GLI3 gene, short arm of the 7th Chromosome.
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Autosomal dominant.
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Living with Pallister-Hall Syndrome (PHS) Created by ghelon
Last updated 8 Aug 2018, 01:22 PM

Posted by ghelon
8 Aug 2018, 01:22 PM

What is like living and growing-up with Pallister-Hall Syndrome (PHS) and Gelastic Seizures?

Read my story 'Living with Pallister-Hall Syndrome (PHS) and Gelastic (or laughing) seizures; I'll be brutally honest - a bloody nightmare!'

Just published today (8 August 2018) by the Genetic Support Network of Victoria - GSNV (Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Royal Children's Hospital); Parkville; Winter 2018; pp.18-19.

Complete edition of the Winter 2018 GSNV newsletter available here

Gelastic Seizure Support Hub Created by ghelon
Last updated 26 Jul 2017, 03:06 PM

Posted by ghelon
26 Jul 2017, 03:04 PM

Posted by ghelon
26 Jul 2017, 03:02 PM

Gelastic Seizure Support Hub

The Gelastic Seizure Support Hub was established in 2013; it is an online worldwide support group where you can interact with, and get the support of other parents and families affected by, with, and supporting those with Gelastic Seizures. The Hub is listed with a number of prominent health, genetic and diseases organisations and alliances.

George Helon

Founder and Facilitator

PHS, HH, and Gelastic Seizures

https://www.facebook.com/Gelastic.Seizures/

 

Pallister-Hall Syndrome (PHS) Support Hub Created by ghelon
Last updated 26 Jul 2017, 02:58 PM

Posted by ghelon
26 Jul 2017, 02:58 PM

Pallister-Hall Syndrome (PHS) Support Hub

The Pallister-Hall Syndrome (PHS) Support Hub was established in 2013; it is an online worldwide support group where you can interact with, and get the support of other parents and families affected by, with, and supporting those with PHS. The Hub is listed with a number of prominent health, genetic and diseases organisations and alliances.

George Helon

Founder and Facilitator

PHS, HH, and Gelastic Seizures

https://www.facebook.com/ Pallister.Hall.Syndrome/

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Living with Pallister-Hall Syndrome (PHS)

Created by ghelon | Last updated 8 Aug 2018, 01:22 PM

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