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PKU Academy Newsletter: Third Issue

PKU Academy Newsletter: Third Issue
  • Endocrinology and metabolism
  • Phenylketonuria (PKU)

Resource type

Publication

Summer 2012

Welcome to the Third Issue of the PKU Academy Newsletter

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In this edition of the PKU Academy Newsletter, we report on the highlights of the 4th European Phenylketonuria Group Symposium & 2nd Dietitians’ Workshop. These meetings attracted over 200 delegates from 30 countries to Rome, Italy, between the 22nd and 24th of March 2012.

We also feature two more of the popular ‘PKU Perspectives’ interview features which give a personal view from the people behind the presentations and papers.

Mrs Nicole Pallone, vice president of Canadian PKU and Allied Disorders, Ottawa (Canada) tells us about how she felt when asked to consider putting her daughter, aged 18 months in a clinical study.

Prof François Feillet of the Centre de Réferénce des Maladies Héréditaires du Métabolisme, Vandoeuvre les Nancy (France), shares his concerns about the need to understand the lifetime effect of a PKU diet.

We welcome your feedback or requests for topics in future issues. Please contact us at info@seronosymposia.org

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Symposium
Rome, Italy
Mar 23 - 24, 2012
Target audience
Specialists in pediatric, Dietitians, nutritionists, clinical biochemists, experts in genetics, basic scientists
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Endocrinology and metabolism