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Can you die from werner syndrome?

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Dr. William Walsh
Addiction Medicine
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In brief: Yes

People with Werner's syndrome typically live to c.
54 years of age in the US, about 20 years less than you would expect. Vitamin C therapy may lengthen that lifespan, but it not clear yet that this is true.

In brief: Yes

People with Werner's syndrome typically live to c.
54 years of age in the US, about 20 years less than you would expect. Vitamin C therapy may lengthen that lifespan, but it not clear yet that this is true.
Dr. William Walsh
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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

In brief: Indirectly yes

Werner syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by cataracts, several types of skin changes generally associated with aging, facial wrinkling and loss of muscle tone, short stature and early graying of hair. It is associated with early death usually between the ages of 30 and 50 caused by atherosclerosis or malignancies.
The average life span of affected individuals is 46 years.

In brief: Indirectly yes

Werner syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by cataracts, several types of skin changes generally associated with aging, facial wrinkling and loss of muscle tone, short stature and early graying of hair. It is associated with early death usually between the ages of 30 and 50 caused by atherosclerosis or malignancies.
The average life span of affected individuals is 46 years.
Dr. Ronald Krauser
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