Uterine cancer strikes nearly 50,000 women and causes nearly 8,000 deaths in the U.S. annually. This article focuses on the Lkb1 and FGFR2 genes, as it is known that a mutation in either one of these genes is a uterine cancer genetic factor.
This form of lymphedema is very rare and has no cure. Several treatments help relieve the symptoms and improve quality of life for those with this condition.
Genetic disorders are disorders concerning the DNA that is passed on from parents to their children. While this can be a frightening thing to think about, it is important to learn about the most common examples of genetic disordersso you can find out about treatment and preventive measures.
Osteogenesis imperfecta type III is a rare, but highly debilitating, genetic disorder that is marked by fairly severe bone defects. Read on to learn about this condition, what is known about its underlying genetic causes and what is being done to develop a method of treating it.
Aarskog-Scott Syndrome is a relatively rare genetic disorder that affects more males than females and leads to multiple developmental defects. This article describes this disorder and its underlying genetic cause.
This immune deficiency disorder primarily affects males. It is a genetic disorder related to a defect in immunoglobulin M production. There is no easy cure, but there are treatments available.
Are you looking for information on the genetics of achondroplastic dwarfism? Here we will discuss the genetics and other details of this condition.
What are some interesting aspect of human genetics disorders? Here we will share some of these.
Do you want to learn more about the genetics of Mosaic Turner syndrome? Find out what causes this genetic disorder to better understand its effects.
Are you looking for information on the genetics of Klinefelter syndrome? This article discusses the cause of this genetic disorder and its effects on those with the condition.