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Scientists have discovered a new life-threatening disease that affects men, giving them fevers, blood clots, and inflammation – Business Insider Australia
There are likely hundreds of men in the United States, if not more, who suffer from a just-discovered genetic disease that causes symptoms including blood clots…
- Scientists have discovered a deadly genetic disease by working backwards: beginning with the genes, rather than the symptoms.
- The condition, called VEXAS after its key features, is an inflammatory condition that tends to cause symptoms including blood clots, fevers, and, in 40% of cases, death.
- The discovery is being hailed by medical and scientific professionals for its ability to pave the way for future discoveries, therapeutics, and more.
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