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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.
Tyler is the only person in North America with an incurable genetic disorder called sialidosis.
As the only known person in North America to have sialidosis, he's one of a kind.
From that point nine years ago to now, they managed to give a mouse the sialidosis gene and they have actually cured the mouse.
"Still, it'll be more than sialidosis had yesterday," Huneault said.
"When we first learned about sialidosis and learned there was somebody researching it at