Scids---severe combine immune deficiency syndrome. What is it and how treated?

Not enough space. Scid is an acronym for multiple immune deficiency conditions in which patients are born with severe defects in immune regulation. Some forms are passed down in families and other consist of new mutations. Treatment varies and can involve bone marrow transplants replacement with immunoglobulins or Adenosine as well as many other treatment options. Early detection and prompt treatment are important.
Immunodeficency. Severe combine immune deficiency. Defect in the production or function of b-cells, t-cells, or natural killer cells. Untreated can lead to life threatening infections. Treatments include isolation (ie. Bubble boy), bone marrow transplant, and gene therapy.