Oklahoma researchers uncover cause of rare disease
Oklahoma scientists have identified the cause of Adams-Oliver Syndrome.
Oklahoma medical researchers have located the genetic mutation that causes Adams-Oliver Syndrome, a disease so rare that only 100 cases ever have been reported.
The disease can cause scarring on the scalp; hand and foot defects; diminished height; and mental deficiencies, according to a news release from the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation....
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