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Inherited Retinal Degeneration clinical trials at UCSF

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  • Universal Rare Gene Study: A Registry and Natural History Study of Retinal Dystrophies Associated With Rare Disease-Causing Genetic Variants

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    This is an international, multicenter study with two components: Registry - A standardized genetic screening and a prospective, standardized, cross-sectional clinical data collection - Enrollment is open to all genes on the RD Rare Gene List Natural History Study - A prospective, standardized, longitudinal Natural History Study - Enrollment opens gene-by-gene, based on funding and within-gene Registry enrollment The study objectives are as follows. Registry Objectives 1. Genotype Characterization 2. Cross-Sectional Phenotype Characterization (within gene) 3. Establish a Link to My Retina Tracker Registry (MRTR) 4. Ancillary Exploratory Studies - Pooling of Genes Natural History Study Objectives 1. Natural History (within gene) 2. Structure-Function Relationship (within gene) 3. Risk Factors for Progression (within gene) 4. Ancillary Exploratory Studies - Pooling of Genes

    San Francisco, California and other locations

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