Kenneth Raymond

CMT-Associated Genes and Their Related Subtypes: The Definitive Guide

by | Apr 6, 2023 | 0 comments

Kenneth’s groundbreaking book, CMT-Associated Genes and Their Related Subtypes: The Definitive Guide, is available as a free eBook soon to be added to the HNF site.This guide represents a comprehensive accounting of the identified subtypes and a comprehensive inclusive listing of all discovered CMT-associated genes, as of its August 2021 publication. This guide discusses the many non-CMT acronym types and subtypes to clarify for everyday CMTers and for practicing clinicians how each are CMT, as determined by the CMT experts. This guide also discusses the limitations of CMT genetic testing as those limitations relate to everyday CMTers who are yet to obtain a genetic confirmation of their CMT, and so much more. This guide is also the basis for the Experts in CMT’s CMT genetics database—the only publicly available and searchable CMT database of its kind.

About Kenneth “Kenny” Raymond

A blogger,  author,  and CMT-related respiratory impairment expert, Kenneth “Kenny” is a CMT advocate. Most importantly, he is committed to raising CMT awareness through fact-based information rooted in the latest understandings of CMT with a focus on genetics. 

Kenny specializes in taking the technical out of the technical and the medical out of the medical, thus rendering the inherently complicated and complex into relatable narratives.

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