Aro Biotherapeutics to Present New Preclinical Data

March 11, 2022

Aro Biotherapeutics to Present New Preclinical Data Highlighting the Potential of Centyrin-siRNA Conjugates for the Treatment of Pompe Disease

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2020 PCMA Pull For Pompe!—Cancelled

Update: July 8, 2020 It is with great sadness and disappointment that we hereby announce the cancellation of the 2020 Pull For Pompe Shoot due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. When we initially postponed the Shoot to August 15, we had high hopes that the virus would...

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AMDA Q and A with Dr. Priya Kishnani on COVID-19 and Pompe

With all of the questions and uncertainty surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the AMDA worked with Dr. Priya Kishnani and her group at Duke University on the following Question and Answer Fact Sheet. We hope that the Pompe Community will find the information...

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10th Annual PCMA Pull for Pompe!

Announcement Regarding COVID-19 and the Pull for Pompe (03/18/2020): After careful consideration, and long discussions among the organizers; the 2020 PCMA Pull for Pompe has been postponed until Saturday, August 15, 2020. The Team of volunteers for The Pull For Pompe...

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Upcoming Webinar: January 23, 2020

AMDA WEBINAR Title:  The common c.-32-13T>G splicing variant of GAA gene: from functional characterization to the identification of new therapeutic targets for Pompe disease. Date:  January 23, 2020 Time:  9:30am PT, 11:30am CT, 12:30pm ET Register Now: ...

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2019 PCMA’s Pull For Pompe!

The AMDA is excited to announce that the 2019 PCMA’s Pull for Pompe will take place on Saturday, April 13th at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, Texas! This is the 9th Annual Pull for Pompe hosted by the PCMA. The Pull for Pompe clay shooting event is...

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