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Females with Fabry: More Than ‘Just Carriers’

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Since unmanaged Fabry disease can reduce women’s life expectancy by about 15 years, how can we better diagnose and monitor Fabry in females?

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    Fabry disease is a progressive, often life-threatening disorder that can silently progress for years before patients present clinical symptoms. And since women are not just carriers of Fabry disease and can suffer significant complications, Co-Director of the UAB Fabry Disease Clinic at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Dr. Eric Wallace joins Dr. Jennifer Caudle to discuss the importance of diagnosing patients early and the available assessment methods that can help monitor the progression of Fabry disease in female patients.

    MAT-US-2106795-v1.0-10/2021

Schedule27 Nov 2021
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