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Importance of Multidimensional Assessments in Accompanying Schooling of Children With Mild to Moderate Intellectual Disability.

The EVAL'ID study aims to demonstrate the value of a multidimensional assessment in accompanying schooling of children with Intellectual Disability. The study will be performed in the Rhône department (France) in children aged from 5 to 13 years with mild to moderate Intellectual Disability , and attending school either at ULIS (Unités Localisées pour l'Inclusion Scolaire, which enables disabled children to attend regular schools), or IME (Instituts Médico-Educatifs, which ...


EXOme Rare Cancers in Children (EXOCARE)

Other than high-dose radiation and previous chemotherapy, few strong risk factors have been identified as causes of childhood cancer. Geneticists estimate that 5 to 10% of all cancers diagnosed during the paediatric period occur in children born with a genetic mutation, increasing their lifetime risk of neoplasia. Such genetic risk is higher in children with congenital anomalies and specific genetic syndromes. Some germline genetic alterations are well known (e.g. P53 protein (...


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