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Among other activities, the foundation hosts events for people with Down syndrome.
Despite these changes, the additional support needs of people with Down syndrome can still pose a challenge to parents and families.
However, many people with Down syndrome live productive lives well into adulthood.
People with Down syndrome have a 1 percent chance of developing leukemia, 20 times the normal risk.
What developmental age equivalent, the patient wanted to know, do most people with Down syndrome reach?
People with Down syndrome often have a different shape of eyes than most people.
People with Down syndrome have an increased risk of being born with or developing health problems.
People with Down syndrome may experience health problems as they age that are similar to those experienced by older people in the general population.
But most people with Down syndrome have 47 chromosomes.
She worked seeking recognition, rights and opportunities for people with Down Syndrome.
The film tells the story of three young people with Down syndrome working in the video library of the institute where they live.
Many people with Down syndrome live into their 50s and some into their 60s or older.
By the late 1990's, his organization's programs included job training for the sightless and for young people with Down syndrome.
People with Down syndrome often develop Alzheimer's disease in their 30s and 40s, although the exact reason is not known.
"We want it to have articles by people with Down syndrome or by their relatives and friends.
People with Down syndrome also experience premature aging.
People with Down syndrome have an extra copy of chromosome 21, or part of it.
We can show people how people with Down syndrome have the same hopes, feelings and dreams as everybody else."
Usually, mental development and physical development are slower in people with Down syndrome than in those without it.
As a result, Alzheimer's disease is far more common in people with Down syndrome than in the regular population.
Most people with Down syndrome who live into their 40s and 50s begin to suffer from dementia like Alzheimer's disease.
They have also isolated another gene on the chromosome that seems to be responsible for muscle weakness in people with Down syndrome.
He also found that the mice had decreased blood levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin, again like people with Down syndrome.
Because they experience premature aging, people with Down syndrome are particularly at risk for a form of early onset Alzheimer's disease.
In most developed countries, since the early 20th century many people with Down syndrome were housed in institutions or colonies and excluded from society.
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