Moebius Syndrome toddler family calls for research


The family of a toddler with a rare neurological disorder is calling for more research into the condition.

Riley Faulkner, from Farnborough, is one of 124 known cases of Moebius Syndrome in the UK.

The condition means he has total paralysis in face and eye muscles, leaving him unable to smile, frown or blink.

Dionne Read, of the Moebius Research Trust, is campaigning for research into the causes of Moebius Syndrome.

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