BOS Patient Registry 1st Year

Did you know that more than a half (55%) were not suspected to have Bohring-Opitz? Read and watch more interesting findings of the BOS Patient Registry by Dr. Bianca Russell en Dr. Wen-Hann Tan! This presentation was given at the ASXL Symposium of the AЯRE Foundation in Los Angeles. Watch also the livestream of the…

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BOS Gen found in a boy and ExAC

Again the recent publication by Urreizti et al. shows that pathogenic gene variants are part in a reference database should be taken into account. In order to assess genetic variants, reference population databases such as the Exome Aggregation Consortium (ExAC) database are part of researches. It is assumed that in this population database pathogenic gene…

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The BOS Registry

Our best chance to help individuals who are affected by Bohring-Opitz Syndrome (BOS) is a registry that will collect important information about raising a child with BOS and their medical history and build a resource for a better understanding of this rare disease for patients, caregivers as well for medical professionals. The amount knowledge started…

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The Importance of a Bohring-Opitz Syndrome Patient Registry

For patients, caregivers and medical professionals there is still inadequate knowledge and resources about causes, symptoms, quality of life and treatments for Bohring-Opitz Syndrome (BOS). A patient registry (PR) for collecting information about this rare condition is an opportunity to increase the knowledge about Bohring-Opitz Syndrome. The BOS Foundation has started to work together with…

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