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The Glycogen Storage Disease (GSD) Program & Disorders of Hypoglycemia is a joint program between Connecticut Children’s and the University of Connecticut. Our mission is to pursue research while providing evidence-based care for children with these diseases.
The program is led by Rebecca Riba-Wolman, MD, and we collaborate with centers of expertise worldwide. The clinic is staffed by nurses and dietitians with expertise in GSD and hypoglycemic disorders.
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Dr. Riba-Wolman heads the largest research site for the world’s first human gene therapy clinical trial to treat GSD.
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GSD and hypoglycemia services are offered in Farmington.
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