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Fabry disease. any new treatments or cure?

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Dr. Julian Bragg answered

Specializes in Neurology

Other than symptom management, the only real treatments available for fabry disease are enzyme replacement with agalsidase Alpha (replagal) and Agalsidase Beta (fabrazyme). These require regular infusions, and do not always lead to improvement, but do reliably halt disease progression.

Answered Jun 24, 2014

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