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Fragile X syndrome is a genetic condition that can cause a range of learning and developmental problems. These can include:
Some children with fragile X may also have mildly characteristic features such as prominent ears.
Fragile X is more common in boys than girls, and boys with fragile X usually have more severe symptoms.
At the Boston Children’s Hospital Fragile X Program, we provide specialty care for children and adults with fragile X. We’re also actively involved in doing research to learn more about the condition and to find better treatments.
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