Upcoming Webinars


In rare diseases such as Duchenne, where the disease population is small, the drug development process can vary from that of more common diseases, and totally new treatment approaches such as gene therapies are emerging. Therefore, it is critical that families accurately understand the process and how they can help support—and possibly benefit from—the development […]
Join to learn about edasalonexent, a novel oral NF-kB inhibitor in development for the treatment of Duchenne muscular dystrophy, regardless of mutation type. This webinar will include: An update on the currently enrolling global Phase 3 PolarisDMD trial An introduction to the open-label extension GalaxyDMD trial Results from the Phase 2 MoveDMD trial Click here […]
Healthcare professionals, personal caregivers and family members of those with Duchenne muscular dystrophy gathered to learn about new data and best practices for steroid use in Duchenne at a webinar recorded on December 11. This free web broadcast featured a dialog between three physician experts and an experienced Duchenne parent/caregiver. Participants were able to ask […]
CureDuchenne Webinar with Avidity Biosciences, a privately held biotech company pioneering a new class of precision medicines based upon antibody-oligonucleotide conjugates, to brief the Duchenne community about Avidity’s research in pre-clinical development of potential therapies to treat patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).  The Webinar will feature Debra Miller, founder and CEO, CureDuchenne and Arthur […]
DuchenneXchange, the dedicated online platform built by the Duchenne community for the Duchenne community, hosted a free hour-long webinar for Duchenne community members to learn about the benefits of the DuchenneXchange. If you were unable to attend, please view the presentation using the following link. Click here to watch the recording of the webinar. You’ll be prompted to […]
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