February 28 2013 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
ADD and a Diagnostic DNA Chip Research
Greetings from the snowscape that is the Land of OZ!
This week of snow days gave me a bit of time to look over the newest research for Attention Deficit Disorder. Research in Spain is homing in on a DNA chip to help diagnose ADD based on genetic markers called polymorphisms. It could be a powerful diagnostic tool. Presently, there is no single test for Attention Deficit Disorder; some doctors and members of the general public deny the existence of ADD/ADHD. This chip could be a real help for making effective individual treatments for ADD/ADHD.
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Connie Mistler Davidson, Attention Deficit Disorder Editor
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