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    Our conference

    The 12th Moebius Syndrome Foundation Conference is this week! We will be in Long Beach, California! For those of you who could not attend, please follow all conference updates on Facebook or on Twitter #MSFCon16!
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    What is Moebius syndrome?

    Moebius syndrome is a nonprogressive craniofacial/neurological disorder. Individuals with Moebius syndrome cannot smile or frown, and do not have lateral eye movements. Learn more here and read about treatments.
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    Our stories

    We are college students and professors; students who excel in academia and teachers. We play sports, perform in bands, dance, and act. Across all ages, those living with Moebius lead fulfilling, productive lives. Read our stories »
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OUR MISSION

The Moebius Syndrome Foundation's mission is to provide information and support to individuals with Moebius syndrome and their families, promote greater awareness and understanding of Moebius syndrome, and to advocate for scientific research to advance the diagnosis and treatment of Moebius syndrome and its associated conditions.

For Parents

Was your newborn recently diagnosed with Moebius syndrome? Have an older child with Moebius?

For Professionals

Healthcare professionals, researchers and those who want more information on Moebius, click here »

For Adults and Young Adults

Interested in getting involved or connecting with others living with Moebius?
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For Friends and Relatives

Learn about Moebius syndrome and ways you can support your loved one.
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Call for Regional Coordinators!

Posted by Kim Cunningham
The Moebius Syndrome Foundation is now accepting applications for Regional Coordinators (RCs). A Regional Coordinator is a volunteer, non-paid position. We are excited to expand the structure of the organization and the possibilities for future events. We will be creating MSF Chapters around the country, which will provide all with an opportunity to meet in person on a more frequent basis than ...READ MORE »
FRAME video on Moebius syndrome

The Moebius Syndrome Foundation is excited to announce the premiere of the FRAME video, produced by Rick Guidotti and his non-profit organization, Positive Exposure!

FRAME is a web-based educational library and resource created by Positive Exposure that changes how medical information is presented to health care professionals in training, clinicians, families and communities. Additionally, FRAME can be utilized by families, therapists, educators, communities as well as a tool for transition medicine as an increasing number of young adults living with genetic conditions now enter into the adult health care system. View the video here:

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