Research initiative at Van Andel Institute studies rare childhood disorder
Dr. Jeffrey MacKeigan Photo: Van Andel Institute
David Moore February 20, 2013 | WGVU Grand Rapids’ Van Andel Institute (VAI) is well known for its research into both common and unusual medical conditions.
Among its newest projects is the study of a tumor-related disorder with the short name of TSC, which primarily strikes kids.
To get a better understanding of this rare condition, WGVU’s David Moore talked with VAI Dr. Jeffrey MacKeigan, Principal Investigator for the Pathway of Hope initiative.
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