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SMA News TodayLack of Suspicion by Doctors May Lead to Delayed Diagnosis in SMA

It is especially important to educate physicians who provide primary care to patients of these ages about spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) and other neuromuscular diseases. Shortening diagnostic times is critical for the success of current therapies, and neonatal SMA screening programs have a high potential for identifying affected children.

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