About Citrin Foundation

Citrin Foundation was set up in late 2016 to tackle citrin deficiency. Our goal is to provide end-to-end support to all citrin deficiency patients around the world, from funding research that drives effective treatments and eventually cure, to providing support to patients and their families. We are a patient-driven, not-for profit organization.

The Foundation has already committed approximately USD1m for research projects over the next three years. We plan to invest roughly USD3m to USD5m over the next five years in our phase 1 plan to tackle this condition.

Collaboration and Network

Collaborate with leading medical institutes, biotech and pharmaceutical companies to develop novel treatments and to build a global consortium of physicians and researchers for citrin deficiency.

Prevention

We hope to gain a better understanding of the medical science, clinical manifestations, relationship between genotype and phenotype the condition and diet of the patients, with the hope of finding a way to effectively manage the condition and find a cure for it.

Patient Support and Registry

Provide lifelong support to patients and build a global patient registry to allow gathering and utilization of relevant and up-to-date information.

Awareness

Raise awareness of the condition among relevant doctors around the world so that they can have the most up- to-date information about this condition in order to facilitate better diagnosis and disease management.

Citrin Foundation

Citrin Foundation, set up in 2016 to tackle citrin deficiency, aims to provide end-to-end support to all citrin deficiency patients, from funding research that drives effective treatments and eventually cure, and provide support to patients and families. We are a patient-driven, not-for profit organization.

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