There is no cure for ACC, those affected have to be taught to adjust and live within their limitations. But according to Dr. Singh, there is some promising research on potentially correcting malformation of the brain. “The research is in the early stages,” he cautions, “new research shows that the arrested development of the brain can potentially be restarted by correcting the chemical imbalances which control the migration of brain cells. This has only been done in animal models and not in humans, but he results have brought new hope to this field of neuroscience.” There are a number of adults walking around today with partial ACC. Some will never know. Others may find out by accident. And 1 in 4,000 babies will be born with ACC this year—that we know about. The only answer is close communication with your pediatrician.