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The voice of Wolfram Syndrome in
Saudi Arabia

Our Mission

We decided to carry the flag for rare
diseases in Saudi Arabia

Our Mission

We decided to carry the flag for rare
diseases in Saudi Arabia

Our Mission

We decided to carry the flag for rare
diseases in Saudi Arabia

Our Mission

The voice of Wolfram Syndrome in
Saudi Arabia

Wolfram Syndrome, also known as DIDMOAD, is an inherited genetic disorder in most cases it is caused by a mutation of the WFS1 gene.

Wolfram syndrome, also known as DIDMOAD, is an inherited genetic disorder in most cases it is caused by a mutation of the WFS1 gene.
which represents (Diabetes Insipidus, Diabetes Mellitus, Optic Atrophy, and Deafness), is an inherited rare genetic disorder that affects multiple systems in the body. The disorder is named after Dr. Warren T. Wolfram, who first described the condition in 1938. It is estimated to affect one in 500,000 people worldwide. In most cases, Wolfram syndrome is caused by a mutation in the WFS1 gene. This gene plays a role in the proper functioning of cells throughout the body

Wolfram Syndrome Overview

Wolfram syndrome is an inherited condition that is typically associated with childhood-onset insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus and progressive optic atrophy. In addition, many people with Wolfram

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