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One-stop introduction to both rare and common neuromuscular disorders, developed over many years by Alan Pestronk.

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Research!America brings decision makers and advocates for medical and health research together to work on serving the public interest.

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We welcome new research ideas. Although many behavioral and medical research ideas come from scientists and doctors, patients and consumers often have ideas too. As a patient or consumer, you may have experienced an unexpected benefit from a medicine or treatment or experienced a side effect not already described by the drugs manufacturer. Or you may have an idea that would help us help you in a more convenient or improved manner. Please submit your research ideas below.

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