Clinical Trials and Mito
Clinical trials are a core element for any research that has the chance to go on to help people with mito and often people in the mito community are asked whether they would like to participate in trials, but what is a clinical trial? In this presentation Drago Bratkovic will introduce the clinical trial fundamentals; the how’s, the why’s and the what’s, and why it is that lab research takes so long to make it to the general public.
Transition – moving to adult health careView Video
Rachael Havrlant (Transition Care Network) spoke about the transition from paediatric care to adult care. She covered the basics and touched on the surprises people may face as they move to adult care. She also covered the difficulties children can face during the transition phase and how their families/carers can support them to have a better experience.
Pathways to diagnostic testing for mito in childrenView Video
Dr Balasubramaniam spoke at a Mito Information Day on the pathways to genetic tests for children.
She delved into the barriers that families often face when considering genetic testing and gave valuable insights into what families should be aware of before making the decision to pursue genetic testing.
Mito Connect Call - Peer Support NetworkView Video
This Mito Connect Call introduces the Mito Foundation Peer Support Network. The network offers one-on-one support for mito community members. We know that sometimes the best support comes from someone who has similar experiences to you. Watch this recording to learn more about the Peer Support Network, including how to access it.