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Cerebral Creatine Deficiency Syndrome Press Releases

Association for Creatine Deficiencies (ACD) Announces Addition of Dr. Andreas Schulze to Scientific Medical Advisory Board

Association for Creatine Deficiencies (ACD) Announces Addition of Dr. Andreas Schulze to Scientific Medical Advisory Board

The Association for Creatine Deficiencies (ACD) welcomes Dr. Andreas Schulze, MD, Ph.D., who will be serving on the Scientific Medical Advisory Board, helping shape the future of CCDS research and therapy. Whitnie Strauss, ACD president, remarked, “Dr. Schulze is a…

Association for Creatine Deficiencies Applauds Quest Diagnostics Laboratory's Addition of Creatine Disorders Panel

Association for Creatine Deficiencies Applauds Quest Diagnostics Laboratory's Addition of Creatine Disorders Panel

Association for Creatine Deficiencies is pleased to announce that Quest Diagnostics, one of the leading biochemical laboratories in the United States, has added “Creatine Biosynthesis Disorders Panel” to their offered testings. Kim Tuminello, Director of Advocacy for the Association for Creatine…

Greater Goods Roasting Launches Coffee Blend in Support of Creatine Deficiencies

Greater Goods Coffee Roasters of Austin, Texas was started by a husband and wife team with the promise to support worthy charities with each sale of custom roasted coffee. Co-founder, Trey Cobb stated, “We believe that the best companies are…

The State of Michigan Is Considering Screening Newborns for GAMT Deficiency

Michigan’s Newborn Screening Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) voted unanimously Sept. 28 to move GAMT Deficiency forward to the Michigan Quality Assurance Advisory Committee (QAAC). The QAAC will review GAMT Deficiency for addition to the Michigan Newborn Screening Program and return…

The State of Georgia is Considering Screening for a New Disorder in Newborns

The State of Georgia is Considering Screening for a New Disorder in Newborns

GAMT (Guanidinoacetate Methyltransferase Deficiency) is a deficiency of creatine in the muscles and brain. Children with GAMT experience physical and intellectual disabilities if not diagnosed and treated early in life. The symptoms mimic autism, cerebral palsy, and epilepsy. Early intervention…

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