There is no cure for this condition; however certain treatments can aid in managing the symptoms and preventing irreversible damage.
Enzyme Replacement/Enhancement Therapy is provided intravenously to reduce the liver and spleen size, and skeletal abnormalities and reverse other symptoms.
Substrate Reduction Therapy to treat Type 2 Gauchers’ disease.
Hematopoeitic stem cell transplantation to revive the Read More
Risk factors for DIDMOAD
Wolfram is a genetic disorder that develops the symptoms at the early age of 6. Currently, there are no effective ways to delay or treat the disease. Thus, there are no defined epigenetic risk factors for the disease.
The only factor that marks the risk for an individual to develop the disease is the inheritance of defected variants of genes WFS 1 or CISD 2.
The risk is zero when one Read More