Rare Skin Diseases

Advancements in research for the treatment of rare skin conditions with genetically modified stem cells have recently garnered widespread attention amongst the scientific community. Nonetheless, complications can arise with gene therapy, such as the overexpression of genes leading to tumor development. Despite the shortage of information relating to the adverse effects of the therapy on the patient, if deemed safe, this therapy could revolutionize the treatment of rare skin disorders. The rare skin diseases are most commonly seen in American countries and millions of people are affected by one or the other type of skin disorders. These skin diseases affect the protective barrier, that is, skin from performing its normal functions.

 

  • Argyria
  • Argyria
  • Morgellons disease
  • Vitiligo
  • Erythropoietin protoporphyria
  • Harlequin ichthyoids
  • Blau syndrome
  • Epidermolytic ichthyosis

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