“Our mission & vision:
To positively educate humans regarding epilepsy and commonly associated illnesses
To narrow the communication gap between neurologists, neuropsychiatrists, scientists, researchers, and those affected by epilepsy
To make learning about epilepsy interesting and exciting!
To provide people affected by epilepsy with something positive to focus on
To empower people with epilepsy, and their families, and friends, through education re epilepsy
To encourage education about epilepsy to the general public
What we do:
Share up to date information on epilepsy, epilepsy research, information sources, products, art, and more
Bring forth epilepsy education to the world!
Encourage people to ask themselves questions about epilepsy and seek out answers based upon empirical evidence
Challenge misconceptions about epilepsy
Encourage effective communication between neurologists, epilepsy nurses, scientists, researchers, and those affected by epilepsy."
We have created specific reports for several rare diseases and are ready to broaden our researchEpilepsy
It is believed that 30% of the epilepsies have a genetic factor. Genes are hugely complex though. We each have up to 2 million “steps” in our DNA ladders, each of which are different in every one of our 20-25,000 genes. The Stripe2Be test simplifies your genetic complexities. Your individual reports can lead to a much quicker diagnosis of a genetic epilepsy.
We have created specific reports for several rare diseases and are ready to broaden our researchMental health conditions
Lots of mental health conditions can be formed of several separate (but overlapping) health issues, with the causes being a mix of genetics, lifestyle, experiences, and more. Your genetic variations can’t be used to diagnose you with psychiatric illnesses but they can help to improve your understanding of contributing factors. This is why at stripes2be we combine your genetic data with your medical health records to identify correlations with any symptoms.
We have created specific reports for several rare diseases and are ready to broaden our researchNeurodegenerative conditions
There’s a huge interest in how genetics influence neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Using your genetic data, we can help identify if genetic markers can reliably identify risk of developing these diseases.
We have created specific reports for several rare diseases and are ready to broaden our researchDoctors and Associations
We strictly follow the American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) guidelines for the development of new reports. The ACMG is the only professionally-recognized international interdisciplinary professional organization of its kind and where organizations must adhere to extremely high standards for membership.