Press: FD/MAS Alliance article on our first donation of $60k

We were recently featured in the FD/MAS Alliance's Research News for our first donation of $60k, thanks to your donations and purchases!

Association MASFD Gives $60K Research Gift with Support from FDF

The Fibrous Dysplasia Foundation (FDF) is proud to highlight the Association MASFD's $60,000 donation to a globally renowned University of Iowa neuroscientist, Dr. Ted Abel. Dr. Abel is the Roy J. Carver Chair in Neuroscience and a member of the National Academy of Medicine and directs the Iowa Neuroscience Institute, which explores diseases of the brain and nervous system. Funding of Dr. Abel's project “A Murine Model for the Central Nervous System Manifestations of McCune-Albright Syndrome” is expected to help researchers understand why some patients with fibrous dysplasia and McCune-Albright syndrome (FD/MAS) are affected by cognitive or behavioral issues, a poorly understood aspect of the disease.

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