Jeans for Genes Day at Moo Moo The Wine Bar + Gold Coast

1 in 20 Aussie kids face a birth defect or genetic disease.

Kids just want to be kids, but instead of playing sports with their friends or catching butterflies on a sunny day, these kids are getting liver transplants, taking dozens of medications, or getting their next dose of chemotherapy. It shouldn’t be this way. You can help the scientists at Children’s Medical Research Institute find cures so these kids can go back to being kids.

Kids just want to be kids, but instead of playing sports with their friends or catching butterflies on a sunny day, these kids are getting liver transplants, taking dozens of medications, or getting their next dose of chemotherapy. It shouldn’t be this way. You can help the scientists at Children’s Medical Research Institute find cures, so these kids can go back to being kids.

Milan’s particular condition is 118q deletion syndrome is caused by a deletion of genetic material from one copy of chromosome 18. The deletion occurs near the middle of the q arm of the chromosome, typically in an area between regions called 18q11.2 and 18q21.2. The size of the deletion varies among affected individuals.

Milan Falvey and Amy young are proudly hosting our August 2nd ‘Jeans for Genes Day’ Charity lunch at Moo Moo The wine Bar + Grill Gold Coast.

Join us on Friday August the 2nd for a beautiful 2 course lunch, including canapés and a 2.5hour Chandon Beverage package for $125pp. This includes a $25 donation to charity.

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