You, your child or patient have been diagnosed with a DNA repair defect? In order to gain more comprehensive knowledge about these so-called Disorders with Abnormal DNA Damage Response (DADDR) and to treat patients with these diseases more adequately, the joint project “ADDRess” was established.
Nine groups have joined forces to improve medical and psychosocial care, early cancer detection, diagnostics and therapy for people with impaired DNA repair. The ADDRess research project is based on the cancer predisposition syndrome (CPS) register and is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
All information about participation in the project can be found below.
Many thanks for your valuable support!
Your ADDRess research team.