The Baltimore Sun: Kennedy Krieger researchers pinpoint cause of Sturge-Weber syndrome
The discovery — Comi calls it a "game changer" — owes a lot to tenacity and technology. Comi, 45, and molecular scientist Jonathan Pevsner, 51, have both been trying to unravel the mysteries of Sturge-Weber since attending a conference on the disorder in 1999. It's been dubbed an "orphan disease," one that attracts relatively little public attention or research money.
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