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  • n. A rare form of mucolipidosis caused by a deficiency of the enzyme sialidase.


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  • Children with this disease, called sialidosis, suffer from enlarged spleens and often develop vision problems, loss of coordination and seizures, among other symptoms.


  • For 11 years now, Tyler has lived with sialidosis, a disease so rare, few in the medical community know about. - Articles related to Not influenced by pharma companies on H1N1 pandemic: WHO

  • Tyler is the only person in North America with an incurable genetic disorder called sialidosis.

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  • As the only known person in North America to have sialidosis, he's one of a kind.

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  • From that point nine years ago to now, they managed to give a mouse the sialidosis gene and they have actually cured the mouse.

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  • "Still, it'll be more than sialidosis had yesterday," Huneault said.

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  • "When we first learned about sialidosis and learned there was somebody researching it at

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