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What is ADOA

 

Autosomal Dominant Optic Atrophy (ADOA) is a rare pediatric mitochondrial disease. It predominantly causes deterioration of the optic nerve causing moderate to severe vision loss. In some instances, it can also affect the body's nervous system and skeletal muscles. Read more.

Treatment / Research

 

Currently, there is no treatment or cure for ADOA. Stem Cell research is one arena in which funding is needed to further understand how to help treat ADOA. Idebenone therapy has shown to help with some cell rejuvenation. Learn more about ADOA treatment and research.

You Can Help

 

The Autosomal Dominant Optic Atrophy Association was established to help fund the medical research to find a therapy and cure for ADOA. Funding will go directly to the labs and researchers who are progressive in this field. You can help by donating here or by learning how to get involved.

ADOAA is a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.  All your contributions and gifts are fully tax-deductible.
Call us to learn more about ADOA

570-419-8799

19 Colonnade Way, Suite 117
PMB#233
State College, PA 16803
lindsey.allen@adoaa.org
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