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Now a day’s most of the people are suffering from genetic diseases. This info graphic depicts on various types of genetic disorders. Reports state
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Meet Melanie Gaydos, 28-Year-Old Model With A Rare Genetic Disorder Who Broke All Fashion Stereotype
Melanie Gaydos is challenging the fashion industry and highlighting the importance of diversity in it. She was born with ectodermal dysplasia — an umbrella term for a series of rare genetic disorders that affects the development of skin, hair, and nails. Despite being bullied for her appearance when younger, this didn’t stop her from becoming a famous model and landing a variety of different gigs.
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Maisie Coulton, pictured, from Hampshire, was born with Treacher Collins Syndrome and has had 29 operations on her face. She now helps raise awareness of genetic conditions.
Unique genetics that are sure to leave people in awe
01. Uner Tan Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder which causes people to walk with quadrupedal locomotion. They are also afflicted with “primitive” speech and severe mental retardation.
There are those rare diseases that affect a limited number of individuals with regard to the general population, less than one in 2,000. However, most of these diseases are even less common, affecting one in 100,000 people. It is estimated that today there are between 5,000 and 8,000 different rare diseases, affecting between 6% and 8% of the total population. We selected nine of them
Williams Syndrome: "Mila" Not Held Back by Williams Syndrome - NACD International | The National Association for Child Development
by Roxane S. Mila, our little girl with Williams Syndrome, a genetic disorder, has been discharged from special education this morning…because she’s obviously too bright. Mila is three years old and has been with NACD for two years on program. When she was younger, we were told by other experts (not NACD), “Your child may never button her own shirt.” … Read More
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In this episode of GPs: Behind Closed Doors, A father brings in his baby who has a rare genetic disorder. Dr. Ameet Tailor explains that this type of disorde...
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