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Rett Syndrome Global Registry

The Rett Syndrome Global Registry is a powerful way for you to advance a cure. The information you possess about your child is priceless. Put that information to work and help your child and the entire Rett community.

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Power in Numbers

Imagine if Rett parents from around the world pooled all their knowledge about their child and shared it. We are making that happen. Join today!

Frequently Asked Questions

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The Registry is for anyone diagnosed with Rett Syndrome or anyone with an MECP2 mutation. Parents or caregivers can register. The Registry is not for any other disorder or for those diagnosed with MECP2 duplication syndrome.

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Your experience is a valuable resource that can help other families, as well as clinicians, researchers, and biopharma companies. Your information can collectively drive the development of more powerful symptom management techniques and tools, answer research questions, provide insights to create outcome measure tools, and improve clinical trials to be more effective and efficient.

data-privacy

Your loved one’s data will be coded with a unique identifier. Identifying information is kept confidential and only coded data is shared. A highly secure data storage system that meets national and international regulatory requirements for conducting clinical trials, including HIPAA, GDPR, PHIPA, and others, is used. Extra steps have also been taken to further protect your privacy.

Support Committees

Parent Committee

Parent Committee

Formed to ensure the registry could help bolster and expedite clinical trials, it defined how registry data summaries should be presented to best aid planning and support regulatory interactions with the FDA.

Advocacy Groups

Advocacy Groups

We sought the advice from other NPOs to learn from their registry experience. Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance, Foundation for Angelman Syndrome, Loulou Foundation, and the Michael J Fox Foundation just to name a few.

Biopharma Committee

Biopharma Committee

Formed to ensure the registry could help bolster and expedite clinical trials, it defined how registry data summaries should be presented to best aid planning and support regulatory interactions with the FDA.

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