Today’s Washington Post featured a report on work by a research team that was described in an FSH Society press release. The Post story, “How CRISPR could lead to a cure for muscular dystrophy,” provides an excellent description of the CRISPR/dCas9 technology that was used to suppress the expression of DUX4 and includes an educational video on CRISPR.
What impact have your donations made this past year? Quite a lot! Check out our 2014-2015 YTD Donor Impact Report. Read up on what we’ve achieved and what we plan to tackle next year. We are deeply grateful to all who have helped fuel our growth and enabled the FSH Society to have a growing… Read More »
Golden retrievers with the Duchenne mutation show that disease-modifying genes may provide routes to treat a genetic disorder; possible parallels to facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy. Research led by Louis M. Kunkel, PhD, a member of the FSH Society’s board of directors and scientific advisory board, demonstrates that a disease might be treated by finding a gene… Read More »
Featuring Apostles Creed Sunday, November 22, 2015 2:00-4:30 pm Unity United Church of Christ 2074 Huckleberry Highway Berlin, Pennsylvania Usher in the season of thanks with the music of Apostles Creed, a Contemporary Christian group, performing music by artists such as Casting Crowns, Third Day, Matt Maher, Sidewalk Prophets, Natalie Grant and Susan Ashton, as… Read More »
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the world’s largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, with almost 200 CFC campaigns throughout the country and overseas raising millions of dollars each year. The FSH Society is featured on Best of the CFC! Federal, civilian, postal, and military employees can enroll to support charities during the… Read More »