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The Windisch Family’s Experience with SLC13A5 Deficiency

by Nicole Windisch Our daughter Meredith Grace was born on January 10, 2018. Within 12 hours, while Meredith was in the nursery, a nurse noticed she was losing oxygen. She […]

How TESS Impacts the Wider Medical Community–by Deepti Dubey, PhD

Deepti Dubey, PhD is a Scientific Officer for TESS Research Foundation. Here Dr. Dubey discusses how the work that TESS Research Foundation spearheads is having a broader impact on our […]

A Day in the Life of a Family Living with SLC13A5 – Grover Family

Maureen Grover and her husband, Hans, have three children, Landon, Brayden, and Alaina. Both Brayden and Alaina have SLC13A5 Deficiency, and the severe epilepsy and developmental delays that come with […]

Different – A Memoir by Lily About Her Sister, Tessa

Hi my name is Lily and I am 11 years old. My siblings, Tessa and Colton both have SLC13A5 Deficiency, which is more commonly known as seizures. I love both […]

The Nye Family’s Experience with Citrate Transporter Disorders and SLC13A5

by Kim Nye My husband, Zach, and I live in Menlo Park, California with our four kids. Two of our four children have SLC13A5 mutations. Growing up, adversity was a […]