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NAA10 Deficiency Part 2

Hi everyone! I hope you all are well and had a great week! This week is Part 2 to last week, so if you have not read it, go check it out. A quick recap is that Cate has a genetic. mutation called NAA10 Deficiency and we did not have a diagnose until December 2019, when she was 20!

This week I want to tell you all about NAA10 Deficiency through a school project I did last year. In my favorite class, biology, we had to pick a genetic mutation and write a children's storybook, so I chose NAA10 Deficiency and I want to share my project with you all. I do not want to spoil it, so here it is.

Click on the box below here for the book!

Small Difference, Big Impact
Download PDF • 12.27MB

Thank you for reading and I hope you have a great weekend and week ahead.\


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