Science of NARS1

What does the NARS1 gene do? 

What happens when the NARS1 gene is mutated

Is there a cure? 

There is no cure (yet) for NARS1 disease. Families struggle everyday with managing symptoms. For our kids, a variety of physical, speech, and occupational therapies as well as nutritional supplementation, and a variety of drugs are necessary to improve everyday life. Gene therapy is the answer, but getting there requires YOUR help! 

Families: Click on the link enroll your child in the Rare-X Registry.  

This will allow us to provide insight on NARS1 disease to researchers, doctors and each other to improve awareness and treatment options!