The earlier the diagnosis, the sooner your child or young person can start to receive medical care and treatment. And the sooner this starts, the more potential there is for slowing down the disease and helping to preserve muscle function for as long as possible.1,2
If your child or young person has DMD, it is better to find out sooner rather than later.1,2 Finding out early can ensure your child gets the expert care they need to reach their full potential
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