Researchers Call on Province to Fund Genetic Testing for Cerebral Palsy

August 9, 2017

(Toronto Star) – Researchers say genetic testing should be standard practice when diagnosing cerebral palsy after a new study found that genetic variations could be a factor in hemiplegic cerebral palsy, the most common form of the motor disability. Standardizing a genetic workup for children with cerebral palsy, though, would depend on government funding.

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