Rett Syndrome is a rare genetic mutation affecting brain development in girls. Fewer than 1,000 cases are seen in the US per year. Despite being caused by a gene mutation, Rett syndrome is rarely inherited.
Infants seem healthy during their first six months, but over time, rapidly lose coordination, speech, and use of the hands. Symptoms may then stabilize for years.
There's no cure, but medications, physical and speech therapy, and nutritional support help manage symptoms, prevent complications, and improve quality of life.
For more information, please visit girlpower2cure.org.
Little girl ghouls seemed appropriate for this month's train, so I hope you will like what I've put together for you. There are 12 papers and 25 elements.
You are getting 3 candies, 3 trick-or-treaters, 2 bows, 2 flowers, 2 frames, 2 leaves, 2 ribbons, 1 cupcake, 1 fairy moon, 1 felt ghost, 1 grumpy gord, 1 haunted house, 1 potion, 1 scary jack, 1 skelly kitty, and 1 spooky tree.
300 DPI. Personal use only.
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