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ZC4H2 Deficiency Research Foundation

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The Netherlands.

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The ZC4H2 Deficiency Research Foundation was started by John and Catherine Paul, the parents of Marie-Louise, a wonderful little girl who is one of the very few diagnosed cases of ZC4H2 Deficiency, an ultra-rare and often severely affecting genetic condition.
John and Catherine are originally from The Netherlands but they have been calling Dubai home for the last 12 years. It is there where both their daughters were born.

Soon after her birth in 2015, Marie-Louise, was diagnosed as having a de-novo partial deletion of the ZC4H2 gene.  Like most rare diseases, her condition is unfortunately not enough studied and not well understood.

With limited information about Marie-Louise’s condition, full of unanswered questions and in desperate need of inexistent effective treatments, the Pauls decided to find the answers by themselves. In 2017, the Pauls were introduced to the Orphan Disease Center (ODC) by their dear friends, the founders of the Loulou Foundation,  who also have a little daughter with a rare genetic condition.

Name gose here

The ZC4H2 Deficiency Research Foundation was started by John and Catherine Paul, the parents of Marie-Louise, a wonderful little girl who is one of the very few diagnosed cases of ZC4H2 Deficiency, an ultra-rare and often severely affecting genetic condition.
John and Catherine are originally from The Netherlands but they have been calling Dubai home for the last 12 years. It is there where both their daughters were born.

Soon after her birth in 2015, Marie-Louise, was diagnosed as having a de-novo partial deletion of the ZC4H2 gene.  Like most rare diseases, her condition is unfortunately not enough studied and not well understood.

With limited information about Marie-Louise’s condition, full of unanswered questions and in desperate need of inexistent effective treatments, the Pauls decided to find the answers by themselves. In 2017, the Pauls were introduced to the Orphan Disease Center (ODC) by their dear friends, the founders of the Loulou Foundation,  who also have a little daughter with a rare genetic condition.

Name gose here

The ZC4H2 Deficiency Research Foundation was started by John and Catherine Paul, the parents of Marie-Louise, a wonderful little girl who is one of the very few diagnosed cases of ZC4H2 Deficiency, an ultra-rare and often severely affecting genetic condition.
John and Catherine are originally from The Netherlands but they have been calling Dubai home for the last 12 years. It is there where both their daughters were born.

Soon after her birth in 2015, Marie-Louise, was diagnosed as having a de-novo partial deletion of the ZC4H2 gene.  Like most rare diseases, her condition is unfortunately not enough studied and not well understood.

With limited information about Marie-Louise’s condition, full of unanswered questions and in desperate need of inexistent effective treatments, the Pauls decided to find the answers by themselves. In 2017, the Pauls were introduced to the Orphan Disease Center (ODC) by their dear friends, the founders of the Loulou Foundation,  who also have a little daughter with a rare genetic condition.

Name gose here

The ZC4H2 Deficiency Research Foundation was started by John and Catherine Paul, the parents of Marie-Louise, a wonderful little girl who is one of the very few diagnosed cases of ZC4H2 Deficiency, an ultra-rare and often severely affecting genetic condition.
John and Catherine are originally from The Netherlands but they have been calling Dubai home for the last 12 years. It is there where both their daughters were born.

Soon after her birth in 2015, Marie-Louise, was diagnosed as having a de-novo partial deletion of the ZC4H2 gene.  Like most rare diseases, her condition is unfortunately not enough studied and not well understood.

With limited information about Marie-Louise’s condition, full of unanswered questions and in desperate need of inexistent effective treatments, the Pauls decided to find the answers by themselves. In 2017, the Pauls were introduced to the Orphan Disease Center (ODC) by their dear friends, the founders of the Loulou Foundation,  who also have a little daughter with a rare genetic condition.