The DMD research overview section of this site is regularly updated by Annemieke Aartsma-Rus and provides information about the different therapuetic approaches to DMD whilst also describing the advantages and disadvantages of each approach.
We are delighted to be able to provide Danish, Dutch, Spanish and Chinese translations of the DMD research overview. Currently the Spanish translation reflects the 2015 translation of the English text and the Chinese translation the 2014 text. Once we have the updated Chinese text we will include it here.
The Chinese translations have been recently updated by Can Ding, a PhD student currently in MyoGrad Berlin-Paris graduate school and we would like to take this opportunity to say thanks for all the hard involved which will ensure Chinese Patient Organizations can remain informed.
We would ike to thank Professor Haifang Yin and her group at the Research Center of Basic Medical Science of Tianjin Medical University for providing the original Chinese translations and so help the DMD community in China and further afield keep up to date with current research into DMD.
Thanks also goes to Dr Virginia Arechavala-Gomeza from the Neuromuscular Disorders Group, Neuromuscular Disorders – BioCruces Health Research Institute, Spain for taking the time to translate this overview into Spanish which will undoubtedly be of great benefit to the Spanish speaking DMD community.
The latest translation we have received was from Annette Mahoney from the National Danish Rehabilitation Centre for NMD. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Annette for taking the time to translate this into Danish.
If you are interested in translating this research section into another language, please get in touch with the original author of this section – Annemieke Aartsma-Rus.