Tuberous Sclerosis is a genetic disorder that causes tumors to form in many different organs, primarily in the brain, eyes, heart, kidney, skin and lungs. The disease affects some people severely, while others are so mildly affected that it often goes undiagnosed. The Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance provided this whitepaper on âUnlocking a cure for Tuberous Sclerosis complex: An assessment of scientific progress and research needs.'
If you want to learn more about:
- Defining a “cure” for TSC
- Areas of TSC research with significant progress
- Areas in need of additional research
- Unmet medical needs of individuals with TSC
- Barriers to progress in TSC research
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The Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance concludes that "research on TSC is poised for providing new therapies that modify the progression of the disease, and possibly even prevent some of the most devastating manifestations. It will likely not be possible to unlock a cure for TSC in the near future, but with focused research efforts new treatments will significantly improve the lives of those affected, and will provide clues for treatment of other disorders."