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Cerebral palsy — it can be in your genes

An led by a team at the has made what they believe could be the biggest discovery into in 20 years.

Emeritus Professor Alastair MacLennan (University of Adelaide) with Matthew Reinertsen, who has cerebral palsy are shown
(University of Adelaide) with , who has cerebral palsy are shown. Researchers have discovered that many cases of cerebral palsy may have genetic causes.
Credit: Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide


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University of Adelaide