8 March 2017

A team of multidisciplinary specialists of the RCMM has made an extensive guide for health care professionals on rehabilitation health care in the field of mitochondrial disorders.

As no medicinal treatment is available, it is important that health care professionals are made aware of how patients can be assisted to better cope with the disorder. The guide describes the current state of affairs on the topic for adult patients.
 
The guide is aimed at a Dutch audience and can be found here.

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