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Spotlight on Syndromes: An SLPs Perspective on Hurler Syndrome

Today’s guest post on genetic syndromes comes from Kelly Hungaski, who is contributing an informative piece on the Hurler Syndrome.

Hurler Syndrome is a rare, inherited metabolic disease in which a person can’t break down lengthy chains of sugar molecules called glycosaminoglycans. Hurler syndrome belongs to a group of diseases called mucopolysaccharidoses, or MPS. Continue reading Spotlight on Syndromes: An SLPs Perspective on Hurler Syndrome