Editor: Families dealing with PANDAS and PANS face an uphill struggle to find effective treatments for their children. As challenging as it can be, the situation is much better than when recognition of the condition was […]
PANDAS/PANS: Families Speak Out
Accounts from families dealing with PANDAS/PANS and related conditions help explain how devastating the symptoms are, convey successful therapies, and underscore the urgent need for clear diagnostic and treatment approaches.
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