Noonan Syndrome is one of a group of related genetic conditions known as the Rasopthies which are increasingly being looked at together for research purposes because of the way growth is targeted by the gene.

Being still comparatively little-known, even amongst some of the medical profession, families affected by Noonan Syndrome face many challenges in parenting and caring often without appropriate support, which can leave them feeling isolated.

Noonan Syndrome can vary greatly in breadth and severity. It is common for those affected to have an array of physical and health problems. Here, you will find a selection of guides, factsheets, research papers and links that may be of interest and use.

Please note resources here are for information only and do not replace the knowledge and expertise of your physician(s). You should always consult your medical specialist(s) for accurate diagnosis, treatment and advice for your own or your family member’s medical condition.