If you’ve ever thought about participating in the NJCTS genetic research project and have questions, now is the time to learn more.
On September 14 & 15 and October 12 & 13, Dr. Robert King of the TS/OCD Clinic at the Yale Child Study Center will be at Rutgers conducting interviews and collecting samples for the NJCTS Sharing Repository. Samples collected will be distributed to qualified scientists around the world who are working hard to understand the causes and best treatments for Tourette Syndrome and its associated disorders. Your personal information and identity will be kept completely anonymous. Please consider your family’s role in the future of TS treatments.
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