What Is RTS?

 

Rothmund-Thomson Syndrome (RTS) is a rare genetic disorder that can affect people of all races and nationalities. Symptoms often first appear during infancy, usually between three and six months of age, in the form of a skin rash on the cheeks. Patients can have just a few or several features of the syndrome. Click here to download the RTS Informational Brochure.

 

To learn more about Rothmund-Thomson Syndrome please watch the following video from Dr. Lisa Wang.

Mailing Address

Rothmund-Thomson Syndrome Foundation

4307 Woodward Court

Chantilly, VA 20151

Email us at

rtssupport@rtsplace.org