Moebius Syndrome News and Research

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Moebius syndrome is a rare disorder affecting the muscles used in facial expression and eye movement. It is also known as congenital facial diplegia, congenital ophthalmoplegia, and facial paresis. The syndrome is present from birth, and affected infants may have feeding difficulties. People with Moebius syndrome lack all facial expressions such as smiling, frowning, or raising eyebrows in surprise.
Education can help people better understand individuals with facial paralysis

Education can help people better understand individuals with facial paralysis

Contrary to previous studies, people with Moebius syndrome lead successful lives

Contrary to previous studies, people with Moebius syndrome lead successful lives

NORD urges members of Congress to pass comprehensive health reform legislation

NORD urges members of Congress to pass comprehensive health reform legislation