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Sequencing and Sweet Sleep


March 11, 2013 | When Lilly Grossman was one-and-a-half her parents might have thought the sleepness nights of babyhood were behind them. But Lilly starting suffering from muscle tremorsĀ at night that got progressively worse. For the last 13 years, Lilly has woken 20 to 30 times a night, shaking violently. But thanks to sequencing done through the IDIOM program for rare disease research at the Scripps Research Institute, Lilly is finally getting some sleep. Not Exactly Rocket Science
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