Questionaire

If you would like a mail in form. Click here!

Thank you very much for your kind cooperation. We believe our endeavor leads to the development of a new treatment.


Dr.Shunji Tomatsu,

THE INTERNATIONAL MORQUIO ORGANIZATION REGISTRY

Before completing the questionnaire thoroughly read the consent agreement and acknowledge your consent. Check the appropriate box indicating if you wish to fill out this form online or offline. This questionnaire is 14 pages long and will take time to complete thoroughly. Please don't rush through it. If you don't know an answer to a question please state so. All answers are important and very vital to Morquio, (MPS - IVA) research. Aims for the Morquio, (MPS - IVA) registry is as follows:

1. Establishment of International Registry and network among Morquio families
2. A summary of the natural history of Morquio disease
3. Education of Morquio families, medical staff and to further research on Morquio disease
4. Definition of clinical endpoint at the clinical trial

The Carol Ann Foundation has full ownership of this registry.

The Carol Ann Foundation (CAF) has asked
Dr. Tomatsu,
Professor and Director, Skeletal Dysplasia Lab
Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
ARB 331 Alfred I. dupont Institute Hospital for Children
1600 Rockland Rd.,Wilmington, DE. 19899-0269,
to summarize and review the data statistically. The summary of this data will be returned to the registerer in the newsletter or in our Monograph on Morquio. We do not give any statistical data to third party or non-registrar except for academic purposes (medical meeting, publication, etc.) permitted by the Board of Directors of The Carol Ann Foundation.
Although there is no obligation to participate we do appreciate your time and effort. All information is kept secure and confidential under the Board of Directors of The Carol Ann Foundation. The identifiable data on individual patients will not be given to any third party without any individual permission. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Mary Smith: (e-mail: mbs85705@yahoo.com) or you can contact Dr. Shunji Tomatsu, appointed as the International medical adviser by The Caf (e-mail: tomatsushunji@gmail.com).

CONSENT AGREEMENT

MPS -IVA Registry Consent Form

If you wish to participate in the MPS - IVA Registry, you (or your child) must read and agree to this Consent Form..

The Purpose of this Registry Database

The purpose of this Registry website is to gather a database comprised of records of persons who suffer from Mucopolysaccharidosis IV type A (MPS - IVA), also known as Morquio Syndrome. The first purpose of the Registry database is to provide a complete, systematically organized body of clinical information about the disorder to help researchers understand the disorder and discover treatment and diagnostic approaches to alleviate or cure the disorder. The second purpose of the Registry database is to inform Morquio patients and interested parties as to the symptoms and time frames that may be helpful in understanding this disorder further.

What We Collect:

We collect personal demographic information about each Morquio patient as well as a detailed medical history of each person by asking him or her (or their parents) to complete the CAF Profile Questionnaire. The questionnaire information is collected via the form on the website, or via the postal system. You may print out this questionnaire and complete it offline.
Please send to:

The Carol Ann Foundation &
The International Morquio Organization
8164 W. Circulo De Los Morteros
Tucson, AZ. 85743
Telephone: 520 850-7264

E-mail: mbs85705@yahoo.com

WE DO NOT COLLECT ANY INFORMATION DIRECTLY FROM PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS. WE ONLY COLLECT SUCH INFORMATION ABOUT THOSE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE THROUGH THE DIRECT PARTICIPATION OF THEIR PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIAN.

What We Do With the Information We Collect:


The information that The Carol Ann Foundation (CAF) collects about the Morquio patient is entered into the Registry database in a standard format ("record") and stored in a secure server. Only CAF personnel and Dr. Tomatsu (Alfred I. dupont Institute Hospital for Children ) is allowed access to this information. Dr. Tomatsu is compiling, summarizing and analyzing this information for research purposes. The CAF will provide access to this summarized analyst in the future via its own web site and the CAF newsletter.

The staff of CAF who collect the information to enter into the Registry database will know your (or your child's) name and other unique identifying information. These persons are obligated to keep this information confidential and to handle the information gathered about the Morquio patient is kept with the utmost attention to maintaining the confidentiality of the people involved. The Registry database will be stored on a secure server owned and operated by the CAF. The CAF has undertaken the responsibility to not access individual, identifiable patient records or information collected on the Registry Database except when necessary to ensure the integrity and utility of the Database. The CAF has agreed not to use or disclose the individual, identifiable data for any reason except as specifically stated in these Terms and Conditions.

The Board of Directors of The Carol Ann Foundation to review the protocol of the questionnaire, the registry, and database procedures to ensure patient confidentiality.

Other Times When the Information Might Be Released:


Information collected through this website will only be released to bona fide researchers as described above, or if we are required by law to release the information.

How We Keep Information Secure:

The registry information is kept on a secure server with access limited as mentioned above. Periodically a copy of this information is transferred to a secure maximum security offsite storage facility. These security measures, we do not warrant, represent or guarantee that our security will not fail or be breached.

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS CAREFULLY BEFORE SIGNING THIS CONSENT AGREEMENT

I understand that my (or my child's) identity will not be disclosed except to those persons who are responsible for compiling, verifying and maintaining the information to be stored in the Registry database or except as I may consent in writing.

I understand that despite reasonable security precautions there is a risk that my (or my child's) identity and other personal information could be inadvertently revealed. This could happen by interception or misdirection of electronic communications, penetration of security systems by unauthorized users ("hackers"), theft or misappropriation of the key linking names to numbers and similar mishaps.

I understand that the data I (or my child) provide may be used in scientific publications, analyzed as a group only, not individually.

I understand that the data I (or my child) provide may be viewed by researchers with Institutional Review Board (IRB) or Ethics Committee (EC) approved studies on MPS -IVA. Individual records without individual identifying information (your name, address, telephone number, etc.) would be made available to these researchers. Information about your (or your child's) physician information would be made available to these researchers.

I understand that there may be no direct benefit to me (or my child) through participation in the Registry, but that findings may provide valuable information about MPS -IVA and its treatment.

I understand by participating in the Registry, I (or my child) may be notified of research studies in which I (or my child) may be eligible to participate.

I understand that I (or my child) will not be excluded from future studies or suffer any other consequence if I (or my child) decline to participate in the Registry.

I understand that my (or my child's) participation in the Registry is voluntary and free of cost to me (or my child).

I understand that to participate in the Registry, I must authorize the release of my (or my child's) medical information by my (or my child's) physician for the sole purpose of completing and verifying my (or my child's) medical condition for inclusion in the Registry.

I understand that I can withdraw from the Registry at any time by logging in, printing out the Withdrawal form and mailing it to the Registry Coordinator. Click here to print a withdrawal form. If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader you may download Adobe Acrobat Reader
for free at
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.htm

I agree to the Terms and Conditions.


I consent to allow information about me (or my child) to be entered in the Registry as described in the statements in this Consent Form.

I agree that by clicking this form I acknowledge that I have read and understand the statements above.

I AM 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER. If you are not yet 18, this form must be signed by your parent or legal guardian.

AGREE DISAGREE

Agree: Disagree:

First Name: Last Name: M.I.

Date:

Would you like to be on a contact directory for Morquio Families?
Yes
No

ANNUAL QUESTIONAIRE

THIS ANNUAL QUESTIONAIRE IS FOR ALL MORQUIO PATIENTS. THIS IS TO KEEP OUR DATABASE UPDATEDWITH THE MOST CURRENT MEDICAL INFORMATION ON EACH PATIENT. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO SAVE THIS FILE, PLEASE COPY ANY PASTE IT INTO MICROSOFT WORD, SAVE IT AND SEND IT TO: mbs85705@yahoo.com THANK YOU.

Date:

Patients Name:

DATE OF BIRTH:

Sex:
Male
Female

Birth place(city state country):

Race
Caucasian/White
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
American Indian or Alaska Native
Black or African American
Asian
Other

Ethnicity:
Hispanic/Latino
Not Hispanic/Latino

Birth weight:

Birth Height:

Gestation:

Complications during pregnancy and/or birth:

Current weight:

Current height:

Father:

Specify origin of country:

Present age Date of birth

Current Weight: Current Height

Mother:

Specify origin of country:

Present age Date of birth

Current Weight: Current Height

Patient's brothers and sisters:

1. Date of birth Sex: Male Female

2. Date of birth Sex: Male Female

3. Date of birth Sex: Male Female

4. Date of birth Sex: Male Female

5. Date of birth Sex: Male Female

Present address:

Street: City:

State: Zip code:

Home Telephone number:

WORK Telephone number:

Fax: E-Mail:

Please fill in your growth chart referring to an example. Specifying cm or foot and inch
(or you may send the growth chart by mail).

Height & Weight Chart

Age 1 year 2 year 3 year 4 year 5 year 6 year 7 year 8 year 9 year
Height
Check
centimeters

or
Feet & Inches
Weight
Check
kg
or
pounds
Height (cm or foot and inch) Weight (kg or pounds)
Age 10 year 11 year 12 year 13 year 14 year 15 year

16
year

17 year 18 year
Height
Weight

Example:

Age 1 year 2 year 3 year 4 year 5 year 6 year 7 year 8 year 9 year
Height cm 75 90 100 110 119 125 129 135 140
Weight kg 10 11 12 15 18 21 25 28 30

Age 10 year 11 year 12 year 13year 14 year 15 year 16year 17 year 18 year
Height cm 150 155 160 165 170 175 180 181 180
Weight kg   40 45 50 55 60 65 70 70

1. List Surgeries:

Surgery: shunt placements
Date:
Surgery: ear tubes placed Date:
Surgery: tracheotomy Date:
Surgery: tonsillectomy Date:
Surgery: adenectomy Date:
Surgery: gastric tube placement Date:
Surgery: hernia repair Date:

List Orthopedic Surgery:
hip replacement Date:
knee surgery Date:
leg surgery Date:
spine surgery Date:
ankle surgery Date:
cervical fusion Date:


Specify other surgeries: Date:

2. WHAT KINDS OF MEDICATIONS OR ANY IS YOUR CHILD ON AT THIS POINT IN TIME?

CURRENT MEDICATION

Is the patient taking any prescription/OTC medication or herbal supplements or vitamins?
Yes No

If yes, list the medications and the length of time over which each has been taken.

Brand Name Indications Date Started Date Stopped

3. WHO IS THE PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR CHILD?
A. PLEASE LIST NAMES AND ADDRESS:

NAME:

HOSPITAL:

WORKING OFFICE PHONE:

FAX:

ADDRESS:

STREET: CITY:

STATE: ZIP CODE:

B. PLEASE LIST ALL SPECIALISTS INCLUDING ADDRESSES:

1.
NAME:

HOSPITAL:

WORK TELEPHONE: FAX:
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
STATE: ZIP CODE:

2.
NAME:

HOSPITAL:

WORK TELEPHONE: FAX:
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
STATE: ZIP CODE:

3.
NAME:

HOSPITAL:

WORK TELEPHONE: FAX:
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
STATE: ZIP CODE:


4. When was your child diagnosed with Morquio’s disease?

Specify Age (ex. 2 years and 1 month old etc.): Years Month old.

A. up to 1 year

B. 1 to 3 years

C. 3 to 5 years

D. 5 to 10 years

E. over 10 years

5A. Does your Geneticist follow and chart your CHILD'S GROWTH?
Yes No

5B. At which age did growth stop?

6A. How was your child diagnosed with Morquio A syndrome (MPS IVA)? (Check the ones that apply)

  1. Urine test (MPS screening test)
  2. Blood test (enzyme activity)
  3. Clinical physical examination
  4. Others (skin biopsy)
  5. X-rays
  6. Bone marrow biopsy

OTHER Procedures and Tests:
Has the patient ever had any of the following procedures or test

  Procedure Yes Date
a. Cerebral MRI
b. EEG
c. Sleep Study
d. Nerve Conduction Test
e. Abdominal MRI
f. Opthalmologic Exam
g. Skeletal X-rays
h. Hearing Test
i. Pulmonary function test
j. Physical Therapy
  Type of Therapy    
k. Joint range of motion

6B. If your child received the urine, blood, or fibroblast test, please describe the results.
 

A. Urine:
Total GAG assay:

Keratan sulfate assay:

Other Assay:

B. Blood:
Enzyme activity:


Total GAG assay:

Keratan sulfate assay:


C. Fibroblast test
Enzyme activity of Morquio A enzyme:


7A. Has your child gotten DNA test of Morquio gene? (Check one)

  1. yes
  2. no
  3. unknown
  4. recommended by doctor but not done

B. If available, the mutation site of Morquio A :

8. When did you notice your child’s clinical symptoms?

Specify age (2 years old, and 1 month old): Years Months Old.

  1. up to 1 year
  2. 1 to 3 years
  3. 3 to 5 years
  4. 5 to 10 years
  5. over 10 years
  6. never noticed anything

9. What kinds of symptoms did your child have initially? (Check one or more)

1. bone deformity

a. KNEE (knocked Knee)
b. ANKLES ( dislocated etc.)
c. FEET -LEG, TOES ( curved, bowed, deformed, flat etc.)
d. SHOULDERS (curved, bowed, deformed, dislocated etc.)
e. HIPS (dislocated, deformed, etc.)
f. WRISTS (curved, bowed, deformed, dislocated etc.)
g. BACK - SPINE: Kyposis (hump back), Scoliosis, Lodorsis
h. CHEST - pigeon chest (curved, bowed, deformed etc.)
i. FINGERS (curved, bowed, deformed, dislocated etc.)

2. SHORT STATURE (GROWTH RETARDATION)

3. ABNORMAL GAIT

4. DIFFICULTY OF JOINT MOVEMENT

5. CERVICAL SPINE INSTABILITY

6. HEARING LOSS

7. RESTRICTION OF EFFICIENT BREATHING

8. LEG, HIP, BACK PAIN

9. LIVER ENLARGEMENT

10. HERNIA

11. EYE PROBLEMS (CORNEAL CLOUDING, DECREASED VISUAL POWER ETC.)

12. CHRONIC EAR INFECTIONS

13. INCREASED CRANIAL CIRCUMFERENCE (PROMINENT FOREHEAD)

14. HYDROPS FETALIS (ONE OF COMPLICATIONS AT BIRTH)

15. ABNORMAL FACES (COURSE FACE)

16. SHORT NECK

17. HEART DISEASE (VALVE DISEASE, ARRHYTHMIA ETC.)

18. TEETH PROBLEMS (THIN ENAMEL, SMALL AND WIDELY SPACED TEETH, FREQUENT CARIES ETC. )

19. STOMACH PROBLEMS(VOMITING, NAUSEA ETC.)

20. RECURRENT RESPIRATORY INFECTION

21. SNORING

22. TIRES EASILY (STAMINA)

23. LAXITY OF JOINT(S) - FINGER, ELBOW, KNEE, HIP, WRIST (DOUBLE JOINT, LOOSE LIGAMENT ETC.)

24. FALLS FREQUENTLY

25. DIFFICULTY OF HANDWRITING

26. others (specify):
 

10. What kinds of symptoms does your child have right now? (check one or more)


1. bone deformity

a. KNEE (knocked Knee)
b. ANKLES ( dislocated etc.)
c. FEET -LEG, TOES ( curved, bowed, deformed, flat etc.)
d. SHOULDERS (curved, bowed, deformed, dislocated etc.)
e. HIPS (dislocated, deformed, etc.)
f. WRISTS (curved, bowed, deformed, dislocated etc.)
g. BACK - SPINE: Kyposis (hump back), Scoliosis, Lodorsis
h. CHEST - pigeon chest (curved, bowed, deformed etc.)
i. FINGERS (curved, bowed, deformed, dislocated etc.)

2. SHORT STATURE (GROWTH RETARDATION)

3. ABNORMAL GAIT

4. DIFFICULTY OF JOINT MOVEMENT

5. CERVICAL SPINE INSTABILITY

6. HEARING LOSS

7. RESTRICTION OF EFFICIENT BREATHING

8. LEG, HIP, BACK PAIN

9. LIVER ENLARGEMENT

10. HERNIA

11. EYE PROBLEMS (CORNEAL CLOUDING, DECREASED VISUAL POWER ETC.)

12. CHRONIC EAR INFECTIONS

13. INCREASED CRANIAL CIRCUMFERENCE (PROMINENT FOREHEAD)

14. HYDROPS FETALIS (ONE OF COMPLICATIONS AT BIRTH)

15. ABNORMAL FACES (COURSE FACE)

16. SHORT NECK

17. HEART DISEASE (VALVE DISEASE, ARRHYTHMIA ETC.)

18. TEETH PROBLEMS (THIN ENAMEL, SMALL AND WIDELY SPACED TEETH, FREQUENT CARIES ETC. )

19. STOMACH PROBLEMS(VOMITING, NAUSEA ETC.)

20. RECURRENT RESPIRATORY INFECTION

21. SNORING

22. TIRES EASILY (STAMINA)

23. LAXITY OF JOINT(S) - FINGER, ELBOW, KNEE, HIP, WRIST (DOUBLE JOINT, LOOSE LIGAMENT ETC.)

24. FALLS FREQUENTLY

25. DIFFICULTY OF HANDWRITING

26. others (specify):
 

11. How is your child’s intelligence? (Check one or more)

  1. excellent
  2. normal
  3. poor
  4. more retarded than before
  5. hard to learn because of disease

12. Do you think your child's clinical course is getting worse or not? (check one)

1. RAPIDLY WORSE
2. SLOWLY WORSE
3. STABLE
4. IMPROVING

13. How much does your child take care alone?

1. How far is your child currently able to walk without any assistance. Please specify:

A. Less than 1 block (0-200 meters: 0-1/8 mile)
B. Less than 2 blocks (200-400 meters: 1/8-1/4 mile)
C. Less than 1/2 mile (400-800 meters: 1/4-1/2 mile)
D. More than 1/2 mile (over 800 meters: over 1/2 mile)

2. Does your child need a cane or walker to get around? Walks with an aid (please specify):

A. Scooter
B. Walker
C. Cane

3. Do you need a Wheelchair to get around?

Specify what age:

4. Bedridden (please give details):

5. Has your child ever worn a brace? yes

A. Specify type:
B. What age:
C. Length of time:

Is it effective or not?

a: very effective
b. moderately
c. slightly
d. no change
e. worse
f. do not like to wear or hard to wear

6. Rides a bicycle alone? Yes

7. Takes a bath alone? Yes

8. Puts clothes on alone? Yes

9. Takes clothes off alone? Yes

10. Can your child stand on their own? Yes

11. Favorite activities (check one or more):

a. Swim
b. Plays with blocks
c. Dolls
d. Basketball, Baseball
e. Soccer
f. Reading
g. Fishing
h. Computer
i. Play instrument (Piano, Flute, Guitar etc.)
j. Drawing, writing, and handicraft
k. Play videogames
l. Others: Specify

12. Lives and works independently

13. Fine Motor Skills (Specify)

a. Buttons
b. Zippers
c. Snaps
d. Puzzles
e. Others: Specify

14. Are you able to drive a vehicle that is specially equipped? Yes

15. Has your child ever been to any physically challenged camps? (specify)

16. Are you involved in any clubs or organizations?



14. PHYSICAL STATUS

*Severity scale: 1-Mild 2-Moderate 3-Severe

   
Yes
Age Onset
Severity scale
 
CARDIOVASCULAR
1. Systemic hypertension
2. Cardiomyopathy
3. Conduction abnormality or
Arrhythmia
4. Congestive heart failure
5. Valve Disease
6. Angina
 
EYES
7. Retinal degeneration
8. Corneal pathology
9. Lens pathology
10. Decreased visual acuity
11. Optic nerve atrophy
12. Papilledema
 
Ear, Nose, Throat
13. Tinnitus
14. Hearing Loss - Conductive
15. Hearing Loss - Sensory/Neuro
16. Vertigo
17. Ortitis Media (frequency of infection)
18. Swallowing Difficulties
19. Rhinorrhea
20. Delayed Dentition
21. Abnormal Dentition
22. Dental Abcess
23. Gingival Hypertrophy
24. Enlarged Tongue
25. Enlarged Tonsils
26. Enlarged Adenoids
 
HEPATIC
27. Hepatomegaly
28. Splenomegaly
 
GASTROINTESTINAL
29. Abdominal pain
30. Diarrhea
31. Bowel Incontinence
32. Weight Loss
33. Constipation
34. Enema Dependent
35. Toilet Trained No
No
36. If #35 is no, were they trained and later lost this control?
Yes
  *Severity Scale: 1-Mild
2-Moderate 3-Severe
YES
AGE ONSET
SEVERITY
 
GENITOURINARY
37. Bedwetting
38. Diapers required during day
39. Diapers required during night
40. UTI
 
MUSCULOSKELETAL
41. Joint Pain
42. Joint Laxity
43. Joint Stiffness
44. Cervical Myelopathy
45. Cervical Sublaxation
46. Cord Compression
47. Scoliosis
48. Kyphosis
49. Gibbus
50. Knocked Knee
51. Dislocated Hips
52. Hip Dysplasia
53. Clawed Hands
54. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
 
NEUROLOGICAL
55. Nerve Entrapment
56. Hydrocephalus
57. Seizure Disorder
58. Transient Ischemic Attacks
59. Stroke
60. Mental Retardation
 
PSYCHIATRIC
61. Anxiety Disorders
62. Depression
63. Hyperactivity
64. Agressive Behavior
 
SKIN
65. Papular Lesions
66. Skin Breakdown/Lesions
67. Atopic Dermatitis

15. The Most Important Symptom is Respiratory-Related. Please Check It The Following Respiratory Issue.

*Severity scale 1-Mild 2-Moderate 3-Severe

  RESPIRATORY
YES OR NO
ONSET YEAR
SEVERITY(1-3)
1. Oxygen Dependent
2. Obstructive Airway Disease
3. Asthmatic
4. Chronic Bronchitis
5. Sleep Apnea
6. Narrowed Trachea
7. Pneumonia

16. What is the most serious problem with your child right now? (check the ones that apply)

1. Growth Retardation
2. Weakness of Wrist
3. Lower Back Pain
4. Hip Pain
5. Stomach Problems (Vomiting, nausea, pain etc.)
6. Knee (knocked knee) Pain
7. Chest (pigeon chest, restrictive etc.)
8. Bone Deformity
9. Central Nervous System (paraplegia)
10. Difficulty to climb stairs
11. Severe Constipation
12. Risk of injury due to cervical instability
13. Infections (ear, respiratory)
14. Osteoporosis
15. Leg Pain
16. Inability to walk
17. Inability to work (lack of mobility or limited mobility)
18. Breathing Difficulties
19. Feet Turn inward
20. Falls Frequently
21. "Lax" Elbow and Wrist Joints Becoming "Unhinged"
22. Emotionally Hard
23. Apnea
24. Weight Problem
25. Stamina (tires easily, physically weak)
26. Hearing Loss
27. Loss of Visual Power
28. Please Write Without Hesitation On Any Issue From Medical Problems to Daily Care:

17. If Enzyme Replacement Therapy Has Been Developed, Are You Willing To Have The Opportunity To Participate In A Clinical Trial?

1. Yes
2. No
3. Unknown
4. If We Understand Enzyme Replacement Therapy, We Will

18. Normally, to develop diagnostic system, advanced treatments (Enzyme Replacement Therapy etc. )and other research related on Morquio A Syndrome (MPS IVA), a lot of funding will be necessary. Would you agree to work with the Carol Ann Foundation to raise the fund? (please go to the web site link under "funding" for more details).

1. Yes
2. No
3. Unknown
4. If we understand MPS IVA related research in more details, we agree.

19. What type of clinical manifestations or clinical course of Morquio Type A disease does your child have?

1. Classical (severe)
2. Intermediate
3. Mild
4. Unknown
5. Between Intermediate and Severe
6. Some Areas (for example: spine) - Considered Severe - Though Diagnosed as Mild
7. Other (Specify):

20. What Do You Expect of Us Scientists?

1. Risk worry (REGARDING ENZYME REPLACEMENT TREATMENT)
2. Would you like to know the cause of Morquio Type A and to have more information available
3. To find a cure
4. To respect privacies of families
5. To give everyone frequent updates
6. Treat animals humanely
7. To ease disease progression
8. To be able to diagnose quicker
9. Help address the issues that concern older patients
10. Increase growth
11. To have a normal life span
12. To be able to avoid surgeries altogether
13. To help growing pains
14. To help increase activity and stamina

21. If you want to have Dr. Tomatsu contact you, please let me know so that we can arrange a schedule.

1. Yes
2. No

22. Please let me know if you need an educational CD for Morquio.

1. Yes
2. No

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION



International Medical Adviser of IMSG (e-mail: tomatsushunji@gmail.com)


Mary Smith, President
International Morquio Organizaion (IMO) &
The Carol Ann Foundation (e-mail: mbs85705@yahoo.com
)
www.Morquio.com