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About Rett Syndrome
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Rett Syndrome Association of Massachusetts, Inc. (RSAM) is a non-profit organization that was founded by parents at a time when little was known about the disorder. Its mission, from its inception, has been to provide support and information to families; raise funds to accelerate biomedical research; and to raise public awareness among medical and educational communities.
Boston Children's Hospital Science Blog:
A Biomarker for Rett Syndrome: Measuring Hand Movement
Adapting commercially available wearable sensor technology, biomedical engineering researcher Heather O'Leary has created a bracelet-like device not unlike Fitbit.
RSRT Press Release:
RSRT Awards $5.8M to Advance the Development of Treatments and Cures for Rett Syndrome and MECP2
Team Rett FundRacers raised over $90,000 for research in hopes that Rett syndrome can be reversed:
The 2015 Boston Marathon Team completed the marathon but can still use your help to reach $100K on CrowdRise.
John Hancock awarded the team
8 bibs for the 2015 Marathon. D
onations to individuals or to the team can be made through CrowdRise at
See photos of the Rett Runners at our
Rett Family Get Together
Stay tuned! Date and location TBD.
RSAM Support Group Meeting
March 10, 2015
Blue Sky Day
October 11, 2014
See photos at our
Donate to RSAM
Rett Syndrome Association of Massachusetts
217 South Street,
Waltham, MA 02453
RSAM is a 501(c)(3) organization.
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