Everyone remembers that feeling from elementary school, when you left you homework in a folder at home and class starts in 5 minutes. There’s the initial panicking, the sweating, the tears and the inevitable faking sick so you can use the office phone to call Mom so she’ll swing by...
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Soroya Nazarian learned about hereditary inclusion body myopathy (HIBM), an uncommon muscular disorder that affects the Persian Jewish community, while in Israel on a Hadassah mission about five years ago. There, she met professor Zohar Argov, from the department of neurology at the...