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Tetrasomy 18p Canada

a/k/a: tetrasomy 18 p Canada

Address

14 Deeth Drive, Unit A
Weston
Ontario, M9P 2J7
Canada

Phone

416-768-7311

800 Number

647-800-9889

Email Address

Lorrine@tetrasomy18p.ca, Velvet@tetrasomy18p.ca

Chapters

2

Website

http://www.tetrasomy18p.ca

The Tetrasomy 18p Canada is a voluntary, non-profit organization whose mission is to bring awareness and support to all disabilities, with a main focus on the areas of education, travel, health and networking with others. Tetrasomy 18p Canada welcomes people who are interested in sharing and learning about developmental disorders, particularly those that are rare and genetic in nature. This organization is a source to Canadians for individuals affected by chromosome 18 abnormalities, particularly the genetic diagnosis of isochromosome 18p. They also discuss secondary findings that frequent tetrasomy 18p: gastrointestinal issues, seizure activity, autism spectrum disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

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