Spasmodic Torticollis News and Research

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Spasmodic Torticollis (ST) is a painful and debilitating neurological condition that affects over 150,000 people in the United States. Caused by a dysfunction in the brain, ST causes sustained or intermittent involuntary contractions of muscles around the neck, causing the head to turn or lean to one side, or forward or backward.
Ipsen: Dysport Phase IIa clinical trial effective in treatment of NDO

Ipsen: Dysport Phase IIa clinical trial effective in treatment of NDO

Ipsen reports positive initial results from Dysport phase III study in Adult Upper Limb spasticity

Ipsen reports positive initial results from Dysport phase III study in Adult Upper Limb spasticity

Scientists identify gene that causes adult-onset primary cervical dystonia

Scientists identify gene that causes adult-onset primary cervical dystonia

Merz presents XEOMIN clinical data on dystonia at IDS 2011

Merz presents XEOMIN clinical data on dystonia at IDS 2011

Merz launches 'Make Your Mark' campaign to raise awareness on cervical dystonia

Merz launches 'Make Your Mark' campaign to raise awareness on cervical dystonia

Merz introduces new educational website for patients with focal dystonias

Merz introduces new educational website for patients with focal dystonias

Study examines impact of microvascular decompression surgery for type 2 diabetes

Study examines impact of microvascular decompression surgery for type 2 diabetes

FDA issues complete response letter to Ipsen for Dysport BLA

FDA issues complete response letter to Ipsen for Dysport BLA