XLHED Natural History Study Findings Published

The NFED is proud to have funded the first comprehensive investigation of the natural course of XLHED, the most common ectodermal dysplasia, from birth until the age of five years.
Findings from this Natural History Study were recently published in the Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases. Read more to learn what they found and how the data will be used for the upcoming clinical trial.

Babies With XLHED Treated In Utero

What’s going on with the research for x-linked hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia (XLHED) and EDI200? Last January, I announced that Edimer Pharmaceutical’s Newborn XLHED Clinical Trial did not achieve the outcomes which we had hoped for. In that trial, they dosed newborns who were affected by x-linked hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia (XLHED) with a protein called ED1200…

Four Research Opportunities at the National Family Conference

Families attending the 2012 National Family Conference in Orlando, July 18-21, have the opportunity to volunteer for the four projects listed below. To participate, sign-up on the 2012 national family conference registration form. You will receive your assigned research times when you check-in at registration on Wednesday, July 18th at the conference. Questions? Email Mary…