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Tatton Brown
Rahman Syndrome

Overview

About TBRS

Tatton Brown Rahman Syndrome is a rare disease caused by variants in the DNMT3A gene. To date, roughly 250 people have been diagnosed with TBRS.

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The TBRS Community is the only organization in the world that focuses solely on Tatton Brown Rahman Syndrome.

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The Tatton Brown Rahman Syndrome Community aims to support all families affected by TBRS and advance research toward interventions.
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Dr. Kate Tatton Brown

Kate, as part of a team of scientists and clinicians, first discovered DNMT3A gene alterations as a cause of an overgrowth-intellectual disability syndrome in 2014.

I am committed to working with families so we better understand TBRS and to ensure the very best care is provided for children and adults with TBRS across the world..

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