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genetic diseases

; genetic disorders; genetic syndromes autosomal or sex-linked, recessive or dominant conditions, occurring in those who share a common genetic factor or express a common gene (see autosomal-dominant inheritanceandautosomal-recessive inheritance)
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At Genzyme we continue the mission to develop and deliver transformative therapies to all patients affected by rare genetic diseases.
Dudenhausen stressed the importance of screening newborns for genetic diseases and explained that early diagnosis of inborn errors, such as diabetes, can mean that these genetic abnormalities can then be prevented from manifesting and developing.
The event will feature over 70 research studies and sessions from 11 leading experts in genetic diseases research, including local and international professors, physicians and government representatives.
The sequencing of genetic diseases will lead to a change in our medical practices.
Prevalence of genetic diseases is very high in the UAE compared to the rest of the world, so it is a major concern.
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Future phases of the collaboration will center on the development of analytical tools to support molecular models of genetic disease to identify the commonalities of complex genetic disorders.
All the study participants suffered from spinal cord injuries, juvenile diabetes, or hypogamma-globulinemia, a genetic disease that causes an immune deficiency.