Michigan Highlights Rare Disease, With Fibromuscular Dysplasia Awareness Day
Michigan is highlighting a rare disease Tuesday in the hopes more doctors will be able to identify the issue.
Eva Kline Rogers manages a research team at the University of Michigan coordinating the F-M-D registries and fears many more patients likely have the disease and don't know it yet.
F-M-D primarily affects women in their 30's and 40's and causes life-threatening cardiovascular problems. University of Michigan Health System scientists are trying to understand the molecular and genetic basis of F-M-D and what factors trigger its onset.
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