How to bring awareness to Cute Syndrome

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SCN8A (Cute Syndrome) is a gene that affects brain cell function and causes severe epilepsy.

Juliann Bradish from the Cute Syndrome Foundation spoke with us about the first International SCN8A Awareness Day.

For more information about the Cute Syndrome Foundation visit www.thecutesyndrome.com.

Photos from the video are courtesy of Ryan Collerd.

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