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DupMECP2.eu

Our association is aiming to support children and families affected by MECP2 duplication syndrome, a rare, severe and progressive genetic disease.

Our missions are dedicated to: support families, inform about scientific advances, fund research projects.

MECP2 duplication syndrome

MECP2 gene duplication syndrome is a rare and severe genetic disorder. The symptoms and their intensity vary from child to child.

Since its discovery in 2005, the syndrome has attracted the interest of several research groups. Find details about projects, publications and the experts’ webinars.

Our association is aiming to raise awareness on rare diseases, identify projects and participate in their funding and support and inform families to enhance quality of live for children with MECP2 duplication syndrome.

Support and donate

Contribute to projects to advance research, support families, improve care, or help the development of our association.

Clinical research needs all patients with MECP2 duplication syndrome in order to gather as much information as possible about this rare disease. There are several registries where people with MECP2 duplication syndrome can be registered to increase knowledge about MECP2 and to advance drug research.

Upcoming events

Find events from the MDS community in which you can participate.

29 November 2022
All day

Cure MDS organizes "Giving Tuesday" on the 29th of November. We can't cure MECP2 duplication syndrome without you!   Contribute to the event by sharing the information and join this

20 November 2022
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Come and join us at the pool in Esquibien to support research on the syndrome! All profits from the event will be donated to the association Les petits Mec P2.

23 September 2022
September 23 - September 24

This important event will allow physicians, scientists, and families to meet and discuss current developments in patient care and treatment. Potential new therapeutic approaches will also be presented. To register

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