Rare Diseases

The sickness that only affects a small fraction of the population is referred to as a rare disease. The majority of rare diseases are inherited, meaning they are present for the entirety of the patient's life and may not always show symptoms right away. About 30% of children with uncommon disorders die before turning five, and many rare diseases manifest early in life. Rare diseases can sometimes be persistent and uncurable. A temporary medical condition is included in the category of rare diseases. Lack of ribose-5-phosphate isomerase is the root cause of the rarest genetic disorder currently recognised. viral or bacterial infections

  • Allergies
  • Chromosome disorders affecting any body organ

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