Read Lynda Rogers personal journey with Fragile X Syndrome.

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February 25th & 26th, 2019
National Fragile X Advocacy Day -  D.C. 

April 27th, 2019
7th Annual TXFX Awareness Walk
July 20th, 2019
13th Annual Splash Day

October 12th, 2019

12th Annual Fall Festival
December 7th or 8th, 2019

‚ÄčTXFX North Pole Express Train Ride
February 22nd,  2020
8th Annual Fragile X Symposium

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Our mission is to provide resources and guidance to families affected by Fragile X Syndrome. Increase awareness of Fragile X Syndrome in the community. Organize family activities, support meetings and educational programs. Promote research and treatment of Fragile X.


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The Texas Fragile X Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable and educational organization serving the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex.

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Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is a genetic condition that causes intellectual disability, behavioral and learning challenges, and various physical characteristics. As many as 1 in 130 women are carriers of the Fragile X mutation. Estimates vary and studies are ongoing.
 
Fragile X Syndrome is the leading known genetic cause of autism. Among the total population of those with autism, approximately 2-6% are diagnosed with Fragile X Syndrome as the underlying genetic cause. Approximately two thirds of all children with Fragile X Syndrome also have autism, an autism spectrum disorder or behaviors associated with autism.
 
Over one-million Americans carry a Fragile X mutation or are at risk for developing, a Fragile X-associated Disorder, including FXTAS (Fragile X-Associated Tremor Ataxis Syndrome) and FXPOI (Fragile X-Associated Primary Ovarian Insufficiency).
 
Over 100,000 Americans have Fragile X Syndrome, making FXS the leading cause of inherited intellectual disability.

Read Becky Cox Fragile X Story.

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