Teen with an ‘infantile’ version of a neurological genetic disease

The following is an excerpt.

This week’s post is about a teen who has an “infantile” variety of a neurological genetic disease.

Taylor King, of Charlotte, North Carolina, has Batten disease. Although she was diagnosed at age 8, her genes indicate that she has CLN1, aka ceroid lipofuscinosis, neuronal type 1 – which usually begins in babies.

Read the full story here: Battling Batten Disease

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