Sanfilippo

San·fi·lip·po

(san'fi-lē'pō),
Sylvester J., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Sanfilippo syndrome.
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The four-year-old has Sanfilippo disease, an incurable illness which will destroy his brain functions and physical ability.
Sanfilippo A is a rare and devastating neurodegenerative disease that affects approximately 1 in every 100.
In his new role, Sanfilippo heads the company's operations, Technology and Enterprise Risk Management functions.
He participated in a 2 year medical research study at the University of Minnesota to get medicine approved for his rare illness Sanfilippo Syndrome (MPS IIIa).
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Sanfilippo will begin work on June 11, after a background investigation is completed, city officials said.
Brian Bigger, from the University's MPS Stem Cell Research Laboratory, found that genistein - derived from soya beans and licensed in the US as an osteoporosis drug - had a dramatic effect on mice suffering from the human childhood disease Sanfilippo.
Angela Sanfilippo began her career as an advocate for fishing and fishing families in 1977 when she answered a call from the Gloucester fishing community to translate important materials from English to Italian for Gloucester fishermen.
She has the third strain, called Sanfilippo syndrome or MPS III, which is marked by severe neurological symptoms.
Though the company has a long tradition dating back to 1922 when an Italian immigrant, Gaspare Sanfilippo, and his son John opened a Chicago pecan shelling business, the new facility was to reflect the latest in roasting, handling and packaging techniques and be set up to work in a coordinated approach.
Of the Martini Mix, executive vice president of sales and marketing Jeff Sanfilippo says, "We've taken the classic taste of olives and mixed it with top-quality nuts to create something truly original in snack mixes.
Bethany suffers from a condition called Sanfilippo disease, a cruel affliction which will rob her of her speech and movement before eventually claiming her life.