FoxG1 Research scientist finds out her own daughter has FoxG1
When FoxG1 researcher found out her own daughter was affected by the genes she was studying she was awestruck, For the FoxG1 global family there could not have been a more motivated or more qualified researcher/ parent.
TOGETHER WE WILL FIND A CURE
Kushagra “Kush” Singha has been an unintentional trailblazer for the FoxG1 syndrome community in Sydney.
The Glenwood two-year-old was diagnosed with the rare genetic condition in March 2015 after 18 months and more than 75 medical tests.