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In interviews with the Statesman from the jail, Faucher said he was diagnosed in 2004 with hemochromatosis, a genetic illness that has weakened his body and robbed him of his mobility.
Undiagnosed hemochromatosis, for example, can lead to liver failure.
Yet hemochromatosis can be readily treated by having patients donate blood on a regular basis, which helps rid them of excess iron.
Liu’s team fixed this mistake in human cells and reversed one disease in the lab — hereditary hemochromatosis.
One beneficiary is Pamela Richardson, a 60-year-old patient of Valley Community Healthcare in North Hollywood, Calif., who suffers from an iron absorption disorder called hereditary hemochromatosis.
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medical Definition of hemochromatosis
hemochromatoticor chiefly British haemochromatotic play \-ˈtät-ik\ adjective
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