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Genetic and Metabolic :
Muscular Dystrophy / Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy (MD) refers to a group of hereditary disorders which causes muscles to weaken and waste away. There is no cure for MC, but drug treatment for symptoms, therapy, and assistive technology can make a huge difference for a person with the condition.

Learn more about muscular dystrophy from doctors and other people and families dealing with the condition in this online support group for MD.

 

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Muscular Dystrophy / Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy is the collective term used to represent genetic disorders characterized by progressive weakening of muscles and wasting of muscle tissue. The term dys refers to abnormal and trophy represents growth. The term muscular dystrophy refers to inadequate/defective growth...Read More

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Hello All, My son is also suffering with DMD.he is 4 years old,i am from hyderabad, Does anyone get a proper guidance to fight against this diseases. If someone seriously got something please share with everybody. It will be a very good help to all those parents and patients who suffers lot
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