Exome and genome mapping done by Children’s Mercy Hospital have helped families identify rare neurological and developmental disorders their children had. Among those helped by the research was 9-year-old Millie McWilliams’ family, including mom Angela. Angela McWilliams gave her daughter a nutrition drink on Wednesday.
Exome and genome mapping done by Children’s Mercy Hospital have helped families identify rare neurological and developmental disorders their children had. Among those helped by the research was 9-year-old Millie McWilliams’ family, including mom Angela. Angela McWilliams gave her daughter a nutrition drink on Wednesday. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Exome and genome mapping done by Children’s Mercy Hospital have helped families identify rare neurological and developmental disorders their children had. Among those helped by the research was 9-year-old Millie McWilliams’ family, including mom Angela. Angela McWilliams gave her daughter a nutrition drink on Wednesday. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Children’s Mercy researchers unlock answers for parents of children with neurological disorders

December 03, 2014 04:24 PM