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'We're awesome legends': Global focus on UQ's Down Syndrome research

On Mornings with Rebecca Levingston

In 1978, every baby born in Brisbane was special. Not just in the way that every new baby is special; every baby born in 1978 was captured by a research program at the University of Queensland. And UQ's still following many of those babies - now adults - in what's become the world's most intact longitudinal study of its kind. The Down Syndrome Research Program at the University of Queensland has been running for more than 40 years and it's recently hired four new research assistants - all living with Down Syndrome - for their latest project. Listen to the full interview here:

Duration: 13min 49secBroadcast: Wed 30 Mar 2022, 9:30am

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