They will answer any questions you have about Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) and what it means for your family.
They will help determine the best testing strategy for your child or relative.
They will help you make sense of the results and discuss the best course of action.
They will help you and your family cope with a positive test result.
A genetic counsellor can help you:
Talk to a genetic counsellor. If you’re unsure about how to find one, ask your doctor for a referral
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