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Biomarker Development Project in El Paso Seeking Participants

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso has begun a project to identify the genetic factors that cause cerebral cavernous malformations (CCMs) and validate new potential blood biomarkers for early detection. They are seeking to recruit Hispanic CCM patients to donate a...

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Angioma Alliance COVID-19 Registry

Please read the Angioma Alliance Scientific Advisory Board Consensus Statement on COVID-19 and cavernous angioma (CCM)...

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