What is Wilson’s Disease?
Also known as hepatolenticular degeneration, Wilson’s Disease is a rare, inherited disease that causes accumulation of large amounts of copper to be stored in the body, mainly the liver and the brain.
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- What is Wilson's Disease?
- What Causes Wilson’s Disease?
- Who is at Risk for Wilson’s Disease?
- How Do I Know if I Have Wilson’s Disease?
- How is Wilson’s Disease Diagnosed?
- What is the Treatment for Wilson’s Disease?
- Are There Side Effects From Medications for Wilson’s Disease?
- What is the Long Term Prognosis?
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