Sly, William S.

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Sly,

William S., U.S. pediatrician, 1932–.
Sly syndrome - beta-glucuronidase deficiency that causes short stature with hepatosplenomegaly and frequent pulmonary infections; may also cause slow development, coarse facies, and clouded corneas. Synonym(s): type VII mucopolysaccharidosis
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resulting from implantation of progenitor cells makes this a very appealing experimental approach," adds William S. Sly, the St.
"Currently, there's no definitive treatment for the disorder," says its discoverer, William S. Sly of St.