One in a million people worldwide live with KLS
KLS is a rare and complex neurological disorder characterized by recurring periods of excessive amounts of sleep, altered behavior, and a reduced understanding of the world where the patient becomes progressively drowsy and sleeps for most of the day and night, sometimes waking only to eat or use the bathroom.
Our lab is in search of KLS researcher finishing his/her PhD who would be interested in doing postdoctoral research at Stanford related to KLS. If you have friends, family, neighbors that you think might be interested please share this:
2018 KLS Conference Presentation
The 3rd International KLS conference connected doctors, researchers, patients
Click the link below to view the presentation slides:
2ND ANNUAL COOP-A-THON DECEMBER 2ND, 2018
Family and friends will once again cycle in person or virtually, in honor of Cooper Grossman and all KLSers out there, to raise awareness and funds for research.
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$478,031.65 Donated to KLS Research
KLS is a very rare syndrome with no known cause or cure. Our goals are to raise awareness, support scientific research, to find effective treatment and ultimately a cure for Kleine-Levin Syndrome.
Awareness of Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS) is very low. One of the ways you can help change that is by printing out the KLS brochure and sharing it with your community, friends, family, and health care professionals.
Click on the link below to print the KLS brochure:
KLS PATIENT HANDOUT
Awareness of Kleine-Levin Syndrome is very low. One of the ways you can help change that is by printing out the KLS handout and sharing it with your community, friends, family, and health care professionals.
Click on the link below to print your handout:
research & community
The KLS Foundation provides information and support to those diagnosed with KLS and their families. The Foundation exchanges information with patients and the medical community to help in the diagnosis and care of those affected by KLS, and supports research programs.
KLS Medical publications
Most published articles on KLS in the medical and scientific literature are reports of one or two KLS cases by an attending physician. While helpful in confirming and sometimes reporting new observations, these ‘case reports’ usually do not significantly contribute to a better understanding of KLS.
In the last few years, there have been a few more informative studies and review articles based on observations and conclusions from a larger cohort of KLS cases.
Doctors Familiar with KLS
Finding a doctor or other health professional that is right for you is a personal process that can take time.
It is important to find someone you feel you can speak with openly and honestly. Even if your doctor does not know much about is not initially familiar with Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS), a doctor that takes he or she should take the time to learn about it may be the right choice for your KLS care.
Please consider donating today!
Kleine-Levin Syndrome Foundation, Inc. is a 501(3)c non-profit organization and all contributions are tax deductible. All funds go directly to support KLS Foundation projects.